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RE: Frozen Greens? - Bunny Hugger 2/06/2016 10:15 AM
Thanks for the replies! Luckily we don't have a picky bun and he eats frozen kale and frozen arugula when we forget to go grocery shopping. The frozen kale gets a bit messy and more mushy than the arugula. I was just wondering if anything else freezes as nice as baby arugula. Thanks for the tips about washing and drying. W...
RE: Frozen Greens? - bam 2/06/2016 9:52 AM
Yes I too am a bit concerned about whether a bun would actually eat greens that have been frozen, the texture is so different. There's nothing wrong per se with frozen greens, very little of the nutrients gets lost, but thawed frozen vegs spoil fast. They should be thawed before they're served, or the bunny's tummy can get ...
RE: Okay to keep giving Benebac every other day? - tobyluv 2/06/2016 9:19 AM
Have you asked for your vet's opinion? I wonder if instead of cutting back to just one dose a week right away, if you could gradually cut back, and give it to her every 3 or 4 days, then every 5 or 6 days, then finally give it to her every 7 days?...
RE: Frozen Greens? - tobyluv 2/06/2016 9:12 AM
I think the consistency of frozen greens would not be something rabbits would want. If the caregiver in one who is well versed in rabbit care, he or she should know all about good greens and veggies for rabbits and be able to make up a daily salad for your bunny, after whatever greens you have provided are gone. Your 10 d...
RE: Hip & Hop - babybunsmum 2/06/2016 9:07 AM
Houston, we have a problem.  In the wee hours of this morning some time before 4am I suddenly woke up to the sounds of a thumpy scuffle coming from the main floor level.  By the time I jumped out of bed and made it downstairs the noises had stopped.  I got to the living room in time to see Hip exiting Hop's...
RE: Frozen Greens? - BunLuv 2/06/2016 8:47 AM
Up to ten days I'd think washed and toweled off greens could be stored in containers in the fridge. Mine never last that long, lol, so don't quote me on it. I have done so for a week though, the one time i went away and my son fed them....
RE: Gooseman again. Update: Pics of X-ray - BunLuv 2/06/2016 8:42 AM
Poor Gooseman ! The Mandible is the jaw and on the right side it looks a lot fuller than the left side, is that swelling also ?...
RE: Gooseman again. Update: Pics of X-ray - bam 2/06/2016 8:37 AM
I'm glad he's acting himself and has good appetite. Sending you many more vibes ((((((Jersey and Gooseman))))))...
Frozen Greens? - Bunny Hugger 2/06/2016 8:35 AM
My partner and I will going away for a bit and are looking to get someone to come and take care of our bun. I'd be interested in knowing what everyone does for getting their bunnies fed their greens when they are away. We do not want to add grocery shopping and washing greens to the caregiver responsibility list. We have fe...
RE: Maximizing the use of your litter? - BunLuv 2/06/2016 8:32 AM
Just put the pellets in that corner....
Maximizing the use of your litter? - pinknfwuffy 2/06/2016 8:21 AM
Hi everyone, I've been using pine pellet litter for Olaf and am really happy with it. The absorption and odor control have been great. However, I feel like I'm not getting the full potential. I use a corner litter pan with a grate. I line it with a folded paper towel and add a layer of the pellets. Of course, Olaf only urin...
RE: bonded buns suddenly fighting - NewBunnyOwner123 2/06/2016 7:52 AM
No changes at all that's why I'm so confused. And they don't even have a humping thing before the fight breaks out. It just instant fighting. No humping circle dancing or anything. She just attacks. I reassessed them this morning. Bam seems weary of her right now. Sophie tolerates his company in the cage but will attack if ...
RE: RIP my little Cadbury - stupid kidneys - Dee 2/06/2016 7:36 AM
I'm so sorry. You gave him a beautiful life although I know that doesn't ease the loss. If it's any comfort, kidney failure in humans is supposed to be a very peaceful way to go. You just become sleepy as your blood is filtered less efficiently. The hospice nurse that was my instructor said she would pick that way to go ove...
RE: Gooseman again. Update: Pics of X-ray - Dee 2/06/2016 7:19 AM
Oh Jersey, I'm so sorry. I understand the up and down and devastation of thinking something is benign then finding out it's not 😢. I'm still hoping that in this case they are wrong and it's an aggressive abcess. My heart goes out to you......
RE: Bunny hearing and ***LOUD*** TV? - Dee 2/06/2016 7:10 AM
Thanks, manic_muncher and Mordaith! Makes me feel much better 😃. Perhaps my husband will get to live inside for the winter after all lol. My rabbits never seem bothered by the noise either- it's probably my screeching at hubby that is more likely to stress them! Btw, manic, I did the same thing with my kids- louder mus...
What flooring is safe for bunnies? - cinnybun2015 2/06/2016 6:31 AM
While I'm away, Chomondeley is in his X-pen with his cage and toys. He has a little bed and a grass mat, but other than that, there's no flooring... are there any cheap options that are safe and won't slide around? (I have put down a rug, and he has chewed it and slid it around, so I took it away.) Thanks!...
Okay to keep giving Benebac every other day? - Binkles 2/06/2016 6:17 AM
For the last week I've been giving Little-Bit Benebac Plus following a GI upset due to excessive shedding. It's working great so far! The directions are to give a dose once a day every other day for the first week (days 1, 3, 5, and 7), and after that to give one dose a week as maintenance after the first week. Yesterd...
RE: Sunburst Forage Pies? - tobyluv 2/06/2016 6:03 AM
I have never heard of those treats, but they don't sound healthy to me, since corn is listed as the second ingredient, and alfalfa is listed first. When giving treats, I stick with Oxbow or SMAKS (American Pet Diner)....
Sunburst Forage Pies? - Shmoo 2/06/2016 5:52 AM
I signed up for a 3 month bunny box, and these forage pies from Sunburst came in it. They seem kind of big and nothing has come up in google that looked like a trusted bunny source of mine. I thought I'd post here. Have you given these to your buns? Are they okay for them? They don't appear to be easy to break, so I think I...
Bunny is biting? - cinnybun2015 2/06/2016 5:35 AM
Chomondeley has been nipping me lately. Mostly on the feet and toes, but sometimes on the hands and knuckles. Usually, it doesn't hurt, it's just slightly irritating- but today it actually hurt. I've tried squeaking and clapping loudly, but nothing stops him... could it be him getting older and getting hormonal? Or is it ju...

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