Hello, My rabbit is not eating any hay (if any it's done when I'm not looking at him, and is so negligible that I can't notice how much). What can I do to intice him to eat hay?! I've tried everything I can think of. The backstory: 1) We got him from a family who claimed they were allergic and also getting a dog. When we got him they gave us guinea pig food (not rabbit food) and didn't seem to have given him a name. 2) He has since had neurological issues which we managed. 3) Last May he was neutered while under for a teeth filing (as well as another tooth just falling out while this was being done). 3) He just had another teeth filing done about a week and a half ago. Since then he hasn't eaten hay. His tongue got some stitches which have pretty much healed, and there's another lesion which hopefully with the antibiotic has healed completely. (He has started eating pellets though, because he was also going into GI stasis because of his teeth so we can't only have hay if he won't eat it) 4) He has never been a fan of hay, only eating a little bit. This is the cause of his teeth having so many problems. 5) I have tried botanical hay, orchard hay, and about 5 different brands of Timothy hay. He won't touch any of it. I threw parsley and carrot tops in with it. Didn't help. I put some of the medicine he loves on a piece and he wouldn't take it. He simply throws the hay around. Help please! Any suggestions are very welcome! Thank you!