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RE: My bun wont eat hay! Help! - BunnyFriends 1/21/2017 11:26 AM
I've had a bunny who never ate hay before but loves it now. Some tips- · Try hay in different locations and different way. Hay in the litterbox, a rack, a cardboard tube with hay in it, etc. · Different types of hay! Orchard grass, meadow, and timothy are all excellent. And try different brands and cuts. There's a hay...
RE: Broken bond ... :( - bonilla&BUB 1/21/2017 11:25 AM
That makes sense. Thanks Mikey I will get back to you in 2 months for some more advice if needed!...
RE: To spay or not to? Is my rabbit really spayed? (Female rabbit) - Thekillergreece 1/21/2017 11:24 AM
I will try and see. I mean, my rabbit had experienced small GI statis and the veterinary was fully equiped medical items for my rabbit and it made her feel well after 3-days taking medications. That's a first plus before the possibly-experienced vet on rabbits (As he successfully surgically removed a rabbit tooth before.) ...
RE: January chat - Vienna Blue in France 1/21/2017 11:23 AM
Oh dear Moxie so sorry to hear that. Of course, now they know where to come, I am afraid they will be back again and again... I had missed the convo above about my Henry and Jess. LMAO (no F for me ) Henry is Henry and fits his name so well and I have no hesitation in calling (or shouting) "Henry" when required. Th...
RE: January chat - bam 1/21/2017 11:08 AM
I'm sorry about your chicken, Moxie. Minks are very fierce animals. I often see mink tracks on the beaches around here. They eat baby birds and eggs and they are quite a bit of a menace to avian wildlife....
RE: How much social time do bunnies need? - Mikey 1/21/2017 11:06 AM
As long as they still have one another, it shouldnt be an issue as long as you arnt ignoring them...
RE: Just come across this - bam 1/21/2017 11:05 AM
Oh, that's adorable =)...
RE: To spay or not to? Is my rabbit really spayed? (Female rabbit) - tobyluv 1/21/2017 10:40 AM
I see that your vet sells food for rabbits and other small animals, but I don't see any mention of medical services for small animals. I only see services that are provided for dogs and cats. That doesn't mean that your vet is not a good rabbit vet, though. He did successfully perform surgery to remove a tooth for your r...
RE: To spay or not to? Is my rabbit really spayed? (Female rabbit) - Krista 1/21/2017 10:38 AM
Bilbo's vet gave similar instructions, but it was for his pellets. She said keep him on hay and vegetables, but take his pellets away in the morning because she didn't want him holding them in his cheeks or something like that. She also said to bring a big bag of hay for post-op. (I have yet to schedule the appointment beca...
RE: Dogs n Buns - SeaTurtleSwims 1/21/2017 10:24 AM
It might make your life easier if they are socialized to each other. How old is the puppy? If it's a super little one, that's actually easy as pie to get them properly introduced, compared to an adult dog with zero bun experience or rambunctious juvenile which will take more time/patience. If it's a lil 8-10weeke...
RE: how do you describe your bunny? - SeeShmemilyPlay 1/21/2017 10:09 AM
I say they take the complex care of a puppy (with the house-proofing and destruction and such) but have the personality of a cat. My buns know their names, but if they're irritated that I didn't give them a treat they begged for, they'll just totally ignore me, and if any cuddling/loving ever happens, it's on *their* terms...
RE: Dogs n Buns - SeeShmemilyPlay 1/21/2017 9:58 AM
I'm glad there are such things as good experiences with yorkies and buns! Thanks!...
RE: Post spaying help! With pictures - kirstyol 1/21/2017 9:57 AM
I remember the first time we got metacam for Bramble, it said 'for dogs' on it which is quite normal since technically that's what its licenced for but I didn't even consider it might affect the flavour. Poor Bramble hated the stuff, I mean proper hated it nearly strangled himself trying to get away from it - almost terrifi...
RE: My bun wont eat hay! Help! - sarahthegemini 1/21/2017 8:42 AM
How are you serving hay? The reason I ask is my bunnies didn't like hay racks and much prefer eating from litter boxes! Have you tried mixing different foods in with the hay? Herbs, pellets, a few treats? What about hay cookies? They won't help with keeping the teeth down but it might spark an interest in regular hay?...
RE: Changing Behavior - sarahthegemini 1/21/2017 8:34 AM
Posted By Danikix on 1/21/2017 8:13 AM Sorry took me forever to log in I forgot my password. I don't think anyone is really understanding what I mean. BOOSTELLA isn't being lovable to ME anymore, ever since we got SUMMIT. I am trying to figure out how to get her to be loveable to me again. Her and Summit are fine. I'm tr...
RE: GI Stasis - tobyluv 1/21/2017 8:32 AM
When I used baby food in the past, I got an organic brand. I would get whatever flavor would be most appealing to your bunny. What is his favorite fruit or veggie? Baby food shouldn't have any added sugar, but it will have some natural sugar from the fruit. You would only add a spoonful to the Critical Care mixture, so ...
RE: To spay or not to? Is my rabbit really spayed? (Female rabbit) - Thekillergreece 1/21/2017 8:26 AM
Posted By tobyluv on 1/21/2017 10:18 AM Sometimes, the receptionist or office worker in the vet's office will tell people to fast their rabbits before surgery, since they may not be very familiar with rabbit care, and only know about dogs and cats. But the vet himself or herself should know that rabbits don't need to be...
RE: how do you describe your bunny? - sarahthegemini 1/21/2017 8:24 AM
I also get the comments about how delicious rabbits are and how I should make mine into stew  People are also really surprised to hear they are free roam, when I mention how they're probably getting into mischief, people always say "oh you let them run around when you're not there?" To me, it's a no-brainer to do ...
RE: My rabbit was put to sleep and i feel so guilty - Jasmin.87 1/21/2017 8:20 AM
Thank you all so very much for taking the time to write.. It really has helped me to read everyones comments and advice.....
RE: To spay or not to? Is my rabbit really spayed? (Female rabbit) - tobyluv 1/21/2017 8:18 AM
Sometimes, the receptionist or office worker in the vet's office will tell people to fast their rabbits before surgery, since they may not be very familiar with rabbit care, and only know about dogs and cats. But the vet himself or herself should know that rabbits don't need to be fasted before surgery. Did you hear this ...
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