Being completely honest I don't think she's going to last another year. She's 6 now and has had bad teeth for as long as I've had her, she goes under anaesthetic once a month to have her teeth filed and goes to be checked at the vets every two weeks. Usually the vet has to cut a spur off one or two teeth each visit whilst she's awake, which she tollerates quite well. Over winter she's lost quite a bit of weight due to lack of grass in the run, its just mud at the moment need to re-turf it when the weather is right. She won't eat hay of any kind, I've tried all sorts of different hays and lengths, I cut back her food to try encouraging her to eat hay under the vets advice but she just lost even more weight instead. I'm giving her a weetabix and two barley rings a day soaked in warm water along with her normal pellets and veg to try getting her weight back up. I'm feeding her seperate to her two friends so they don't steal her food. She now weighs 1.7kg compared to her weight this time last year of 2kg. It doesn't sound like that big a loss but she looks and feels so thin, every bone can be felt and she looks sorry for herself. Not only that but she now has arthritis in her hind legs. She's quite stiff in the mornings, she likes to sleep on top of the kennel they have for a bed rather than inside it and still some how manages to jump up onto it. Problem is she won't jump back down so I have to lift her down every morning. She's also started sitting in her wee so her back legs are quite smelly and wee soaked. I did bath her yesterday morning so she had all day to dry in the sun but I can't and don't want to keep bathing her everyday like I had to do with Daisy. She's got no muscle on her back legs now compared to how she used to be. Her right leg seems to be worse, every now and then she won't put weight on it and holds it up as she runs. She's been checked by my vet in case its just an injury. I'm doing everything I can at the moment to get her weight up and keep her legs clean. Last winter she was like this but without the arthritis and didn't lose as much weight, this year has been hard on her. I sit out in the garden with her for about 4 hours through the day, its hard doing it in one stretch with a baby but I'm managing an hour or so at a time to sit with her and pull the grass for her to eat. In an ideal world I would bring her indoors as a house rabbit but she fights with George no matter what, remember I tried bonding them and it was an instant hate. My poor Rosie has been through so much and is such a fighter, we're still fighting for as long as she's willing to keep going. We need some put on weight vibes at the moment.