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RE: Soo.. my bunny got bit by a spider! - Dubbsmama1 12/05/2016 10:25 AM
Ugh I hate them, unfortunately this one was hiding and then it made an attack on my little man....
RE: Soo.. my bunny got bit by a spider! - Dubbsmama1 12/05/2016 10:24 AM
Haha yes Bam it was definitely the card. It is all chewed up, so I know he has been "reading" it lolol...
RE: A nonrabbit vet did Badger's neuter - Hex 12/05/2016 10:16 AM
Mikey, where are you from?  I'm curious because there should be malpractice laws in place, to some extent. I can't believe this; I'm livid on your behalf! You specifically asked for an exotic vet who has experience and know-how with rabbits. You did not consent to putting your rabbit in the care of someone who has no ...
RE: HELP. Constipation!! - BunCrazy 12/05/2016 10:15 AM
He passed a few pieces of it and his booty is still dilated trying to get more out :/ nothing inside the pieces he passed they are just oversized poos...
RE: Ah the joys of a Fuzzy Lop - Azerane 12/05/2016 10:05 AM
4 hours!! Wow, now that's dedication. Just as well you don't have to do it terribly often. Very handsome haircut though...
RE: December Pics - Azerane 12/05/2016 10:04 AM
Vienna, that's too funny LPT, Bindi is such a sweetheart, looks like they both like their christmas blankets JG, I hope your back feels better, I've only had back issues once but it was absolutely awful and quite scary at the time....
Theoretical group housing questions/discussion? - pollenewe 12/05/2016 10:01 AM
So I've had some ideas for a sort of rescued rabbit sanctuary. But I'm not familiar enough with how groups work to know if it actually makes sense or not, so I'm looking for some feedback. Here's my ideas: First of all, all rabbits will be altered and a person will be around all the time to monitor. The rabbits will ...
RE: Greedy Escapee bunny - Azerane 12/05/2016 10:01 AM
With all those probiotics, he should be in tip-top shape now right?! In all seriousness though, I do hope he is ok, I'm not sure on what eating alarge amount would do to his tummy. A 1m pen wouldn't have kept Bandit in either. In fact he jumped on top of the pen at 1m height one day while I was standing next to it, sca...
RE: The A-Z of Gifts Received - Azerane 12/05/2016 9:57 AM
lol, this thread is too funny W - Wacom graphics tablet. A joint gift from my brother and hubby (when he was still my boyfriend), back in 2006 I think. I haven't used it in a little while, but it does still get used...
RE: Hay tea?s - Azerane 12/05/2016 9:52 AM
Hay there (pun intended). I've never given my pair hay tea, although I would use it if I needed to encourage a sick bunny to drink. I would remove the hay from the bowl after it has cooled, it will make the water easier to drink, plus who wants to be eating soggy hay?...
RE: Type of cage, where it should go? - Azerane 12/05/2016 9:51 AM
Hey there, yes you can just put the cage on the carpet, you just need to make sure you cover the carpet with something at first to prevent toilet accidents while you are litter training, and secondly to protect the carpet from bunny chewing. One thing to keep in mind with having a cage in your bedroom, is that rabbits are o...
RE: Type of cage, where it should go? - Luna 12/05/2016 9:50 AM
Agreed - plastic bottom definitely. Luna's cage is in my bedroom sitting on top of carpet, and when she was younger she used to dig/bite at the carpet furiously when out. If her cage didn't have a plastic bottom, she probably would've ingested tons of carpet fibers - very bad for buns....
RE: Recovering from spay - Hex 12/05/2016 9:27 AM
She's doing really well She is devouring hay likes there's no tomorrow and she wasn't as interested in her pellets this morning  (normally she gobbles them up as though she's starving!) But aside from that she is being her cheeky self. She doesn't appear to be in pain but I'm still giving her metacam each morning and ...
RE: bunny too skinny? - Hex 12/05/2016 9:23 AM
The vet gave me this graphic after a checkup and it helped me properly gauge body weight. It makes it easy to monitor when your bunny puts on enough weight and reaches "ideal".  Rabbit Weight Guide...
Hay tea?s - sarahthegemini 12/05/2016 9:15 AM
After browsing the forum, I came across the phenomenon that is hay tea?! I'm wondering how many of you give this to your buns, and if so, how often? I like the idea of trying something a bit different for my two, they drink plenty of water so I don't need to encourage them to drink more. They might enjoy it though! Also, du...
RE: Greedy Escapee bunny - Gina.Jenny 12/05/2016 9:06 AM
We needed 1.2m, and Gina is quite a small bun! Can you ring the supplier and ask to upgrade before its despatched...
RE: Recovering from spay - sarahthegemini 12/05/2016 8:53 AM
Posted By Hex on 12/05/2016 10:24 AM How is Buttercup today? Everything going well? She's doing really well She is devouring hay likes there's no tomorrow and she wasn't as interested in her pellets this morning  (normally she gobbles them up as though she's starving!) But aside from that she is being her cheek...
RE: Recovering from spay - Hex 12/05/2016 8:24 AM
How is Buttercup today? Everything going well?...
RE: Type of cage, where it should go? - sarahthegemini 12/05/2016 7:56 AM
It depends on whether your bun will be confined to his/her cage - one of mine has a dog crate and the other has a pet shop type cage. Both are small but they have free roam of the downstairs (they currently have half the downstairs each as they are separated) What I'm saying is, my cages are small but they aren't ever conf...
RE: Greedy Escapee bunny - Theodorusrex 12/05/2016 7:33 AM
I hope it keeps Theodore in - his current one is only 0.6m and it has taken him a year to learn how to scale that.. He's never really been a jumper before! I'm doubting myself now.. the highest one I could find was 1.2m.. maybe should've ordered it instead...

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