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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Peachy, Mar 24, 2008.


  1. Peachy

    Peachy PetForums Newbie

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    Hi all,

    Just thought I would introduce myself. I'm Emma and I have recently (Thursday) bought myself Alfie - dwarf bunny. At the moment he is living inside, although I may move him outside as it gets warmer.

    He's cracking and I'm smitten - although have only had one rabbit before when I was young (a dutch rabbit) so will be looking for advice etc.

    I am a bit of a paranoid owner as I only ever want my rabbit to be happy and healthy and already some of his behaviour has had me panicked (lying down on his side totally still!!) so I will probably be on here a fair bit panicking and asking if certain behaviour is normal!!! :p
     
  2. PatioDogDoors

    PatioDogDoors PetForums Member

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    welcome to the forum Emma, post some pics. i'm sure we will enjoy looking at your bunny.
     
  3. Kirsty E

    Kirsty E PetForums Newbie

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    Welcome emma :)
     
  4. Kay73

    Kay73 PetForums VIP

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    welcome, i'm also a newbie!
    when i had my rabbit i got a book called the really useful bunny guide by caroline james, its full of practical every day advice,
    I found the best food was burgess excell complete food as this prevents selective feeding, i akso used to add pineapple juice to this when blossom was moulting.
    I'd say your bunny is prob very relaxed if she's laying on her side, dont panic she'll prob jjump up rather quickly if she's healthy and alert!
    Also get a litter tray, my rabbit was toilet trained, wether its an indoor or out door bunny its makes cleaning up easier. good luck kay x:)
     
  5. colliemerles

    colliemerles PetForums VIP

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    hello and welcome,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:D:D
     
  6. catzndogz

    catzndogz PetForums Senior

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    :)hi welcome:)
     
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    lisa dyer PetForums Senior

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    hello.................:D:D:D:D:D
     
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