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RE: To spay or not to? Is my rabbit really spayed? (Female rabbit) - Thekillergreece 1/20/2017 3:59 AM
And if I do spay her, what should I be aware during recovery and what should I expect from behavioral changes?...
RE: Odd vet diagnosis - Yilina 1/20/2017 3:48 AM
Hi there, Tambor is officially cured. No sneezing fits since I last wrote here (9 days ago). I am so happy!!!!! Thank you all for your care and invaluable help!...
Male rabbit has never sprayed - Yilina 1/20/2017 3:47 AM
Hi guys! We have had Tambor for 2 months now (he is about 1 year and 4 months old) and he has not sprayed once. I was expecting him to do it sooner or later but, when he wants to mark something, usually the area of the room he wants to sign as "his" spot (the place he likes to lie in more), he just pees on it, that's all...
RE: My bunny is a lil weird - need toy ideas for the weirdness - Oakley's mama 1/20/2017 3:36 AM
Oh yes I have that one on my list Our cheap stores used to have them but I have been hunting to no avail ... will keep looking though I'm not sure if Oakley will like them as he doesn't touch his keys yet which I thought may be he was too young when I got them but he's almost 12 weeks old now and still won't touch them...
RE: Peanut and Buttercup's Bonding Journey - sarahthegemini 1/20/2017 3:33 AM
Posted By Vienna Blue in France on 1/19/2017 12:31 PM I wonder if anyone else reading this could offer an insight into when it is a confirmed bond ?- it was so clear cut with my two... I wish I could help you more. What was the breakthrough for your two, again? I need to go re-read your thread! It's odd, I'd be inclin...
RE: My bunny is a lil weird - need toy ideas for the weirdness - sarahthegemini 1/20/2017 3:20 AM
Plastic stacking cups! My rabbits love theirs....
RE: My bunny is acting strange with babies? - sarahthegemini 1/20/2017 2:44 AM
With all due respect, you don't seem to have enough knowledge on the subject of rabbit care and breeding to actually be a rabbit breeder. It isn't just a case of getting your female pregnant and selling the litter. You've made another thread saying you don't know how to sell your rabbits and now this thread about what is (a...
RE: Peanut and Buttercup's Bonding Journey - sarahthegemini 1/20/2017 2:09 AM
Peanut tried mounting Buttercup again - just twice but it was on the face so it was stopped immediately. Any ideas why he's mounting her face? He stopped after two attempts and then they just snuggled and groomed each other afterwards....
RE: My bunny is a lil weird - need toy ideas for the weirdness - Gina.Jenny 1/20/2017 2:05 AM
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00OP6QR7K/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1...
RE: Lilo and Pepper's Bonding Journey - Vienna Blue in France 1/20/2017 1:47 AM
The pooping is marking each other's territory. I'm afraid once the bonding process happens and they are in the same room you'll have to get used to this. do not let them fight through the cages. do not. it will undo any good you've done and the one in the cage has to fight back because he has nowhere to run. The idea of ...
RE: Storing hay - I have to store mine in a container with lid - Oakley's mama 1/20/2017 1:43 AM
That would set my lot off sneezing big time... even the small amount in Oakley's cage starts them off but not as bad as if they went into the garage ( where I store the hay in the container) Do you know if the hay will last ok in the container? It's not air right in container and the hay can't get wet there at all...
RE: Does anyone use Risers to keep their bunnies off the bed? - Vienna Blue in France 1/20/2017 1:39 AM
Shutting the door to the guestroom is the only way of ensuring they dont get up on the bed (or is that the bunny room) ? They will get up and over the risers if they so wish to. I had to modify my hand built patio fence twice because i thought i was calculating enough !!! ). Ha !! If they have something to jump against t...
RE: My bunny is a lil weird - need toy ideas for the weirdness - Oakley's mama 1/20/2017 1:35 AM
What does it look like? We have limited options in nz so I tend to buy on Amazon or eBay if you have a link or a picture so I can hunt one out would be awesome I retried wood again today but it's still a no go ... he gets neutered in 2 weeks so will try again once the hormones settle. In the meantime I just brought hi...
RE: Storing hay - I have to store mine in a container with lid - Gina.Jenny 1/20/2017 1:15 AM
I store mine in one of the kitchen cupboards, that big annoying one that goes under the corner section of the worktop, and normally ends up with stuff left there out of sight and out of reach. I can fit 20 kg of hey in there (our hay gets delivered in 10 kg bags) and its really handy for cleaning out the hay boxes each morn...
RE: Storing hay - I have to store mine in a container with lid - bam 1/20/2017 1:09 AM
It'll keep at least 6 months if stored dry and away from direct sunlight. If the lid is very tight, you should smell the hay now and then to make sure it isn't getting moldy. Freshly harvested hay isn't always perfectly dry when you buy it. Any hint of moldy smell and you should throw out the hay....
RE: This time ! Finally worked out getting our second and what we are going to do - Gina.Jenny 1/20/2017 1:08 AM
Podge has tummy issues, and produces an amazing variety of poop sizes, shapes and textures, I can tell his poops from Ginas no problem, so if not telling poops apart is the only reason for not bonding, I think you could be confident to tell two bunnies poops apart. Plus any decrease in double the amount of poops is just as ...
RE: Does anyone use Risers to keep their bunnies off the bed? - Gina.Jenny 1/20/2017 12:51 AM
how about standing the bed upright against the wall? Or covering it in empty boxes/suitcases etc to make the landing area much higher? Covering it with something waterproof, like a cheap shower curtain, is another option, as long as they aren't chewers If they can jump on the bed at 3 months, by 6 months, I can't see the...
RE: This time ! Finally worked out getting our second and what we are going to do - Oakley's mama 1/20/2017 12:51 AM
I am sure others have successfully bonded boys but I would always be afraid of them fighting since I have heard to many horror stories... Aside from that Oakley's got ISS and also doesn't eat enough of his Cecals ( I forget what vet named that?) so bonding him a doe really isn't a option for me as I won't be able to keep...
RE: January 2017 Pics! - Vienna Blue in France 1/20/2017 12:49 AM
JP yes that's a definite smile however that's a similar xpen to the one I have and my buns pull and push it violently into unrecognisable shapes so I have to tie packs of water and lead weights to the outside with cable ties so it doesn't move as much..... makes for interesting interior decoration....
RE: Oats??? - bam 1/20/2017 12:47 AM
Here is a little bit of info about diet for baby bunnies: http://www.therabbithouse.com/diet/diet-baby.asp As you can see, grass hay is very important and should be fed as soon as possible, so the babies get into good hay-eating habits. As LEL says oats are not toxic or anything, but it's not the most species apporopriat...
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