Friday, July 1, 2016 Register
 

New Posts in the BinkyBunny Forum

RE: Surprise Bunny Mother - Azerane 6/30/2016 11:30 PM
Hey there and welcome to Binky Bunny. Seems like bunny came to you a bit suddenly, but I'm sure you'll be able to work something else. There's lots of very knowledgeable people here who are more than happy to help with any questions...
RE: Hello from the Netherlands - Azerane 6/30/2016 11:29 PM
Hello there, welcome to Binky Bunny, Breintje is very cute. Does his name have a meaning in English, or is it just a cute name?...
RE: Hello Everyone! - Azerane 6/30/2016 11:27 PM
Hey there and welcome to the forum Sounds like you have two very well looked after bunns. Can't wait to see pics...
RE: June Chat - Azerane 6/30/2016 11:26 PM
Posted By Vienna Blue in France on 6/30/2016 4:16 PM LBJ - nightmare !! Move seats? But that doesn't help much.... I've just got back from Finding Dory - finally! yay !! Hmmm, very nice, cute - bit too much of Dory...  You do know it is called "Finding Dory" Enough silliness, I'm afraid I don't really know a...
RE: June Pics - Azerane 6/30/2016 11:14 PM
Posted By Hazel on 6/30/2016 12:01 PM  Azerane: That is one pretty birdie! More pictures please!  Sorry there's so much kitty in the pics, every time I try to take some of Oscar, he has to get in the middle of it.    Thanks I do need to get more photos of her out of the cage. Trouble is it's quite...
RE: Pet store tales - Azerane 6/30/2016 10:59 PM
That's the main problem with pet stores here. While the major chains generally don't sell cats or dogs anymore and often have adoptable cats from the local rescue there, most of them still sell rabbits of guinea pigs. Fortunately one has quite large cages. But I mainly feel bad because most people don't know what's involved...
RE: New to BB - Vienna Blue in France 6/30/2016 10:54 PM
LPT will now pretend that hers are looking to the left, but come on - they're not reeeeeeal...
RE: June Chat - Vienna Blue in France 6/30/2016 10:52 PM
Hmmmm - no its not inflammed or itritated or even bothering her, apparently. Re heat & friction - she's 14 so has seen hotter summers, which this is definitely NOT (yet!) Re overgrooming in that specific area - she's 14 so can't get to there really now and I haven't noticed increased 'single leg in aerial' seated po...
RE: Rabbit GI Stasis recovery & proper vet treatment - jerseygirl 6/30/2016 10:10 PM
The simethicone formula is safe to give. It's not taken up into the bloodstream. healing {{{vibes}}} for Gizmo !...
RE: Flooring: What to do about cement? - jerseygirl 6/30/2016 9:53 PM
The cement would be fine. You could give her a couple timothy grass hay mats to rest on & chew. They'd be safe for her to chew and an activity for her also....
RE: Baby bunnies eyes wont open plz help! - jerseygirl 6/30/2016 9:35 PM
I would give it another day. Are their eyes looking clean?  Any goop or lumps?  You might be able to wipe them with a damp cotton ball (use boiled water that has cooled) if they haven't opened by tomorrow. If their eyes are not looking clean, I would go ahead and do that now. Make sure you wash your hands well b...
RE: Milk production from a false pregancy? - jerseygirl 6/30/2016 9:11 PM
It is possible for them to lactate during a false pregnancy. The elevated progesterone would be responsible and it also loosens the fur in areas they pluck for building a nest. It should resolve once the falsie is over. You'll need to keep an eye on the teats, watch for mastitis. Has your male been neutered for a while...
RE: GI Stasis or somethign else? - Q8bunny 6/30/2016 8:42 PM
Gotta love a happy ending....
Molar spurs/g.i. stasis/tongue bump? - BunnyHolly 6/30/2016 8:39 PM
I have been searching all over the internet for help but can't seem to find the answers I'm looking for. My 3 years old netherland dwarf just had spurs shaved down today at the vet. He was put under for this procedure. Obviously he's had a rough day and actually a rough week and a half as he has not eaten anything on his ow...
RE: How to wear down rabbit's tothth? - flemmishwhite 6/30/2016 8:22 PM
My buns have done a good job keeping their teeth worn down by chomping on oat hay. They really like to chew their hay.  There's a feed and grain store not to far away that sells hay for horse owners.  A flake of oat hay costs $5.  There's 8 flakes to a bail. A bale of oat hay costs $21.  Could costs down...
RE: stressed out - silverbinky16 6/30/2016 7:54 PM
I called them and ask if any vet knows anything about rabbits and they said that Dr x ( the one that checked on my rabbit) knows about exotic pets. She nibbles 2 pellets ( I counted) and she's pooping but her poop is extremely small and she hid in her house the whole day . I tried to let her free roam and she would not le...
Surprise Bunny Mother - emoster 6/30/2016 7:31 PM
I've always wanted to get a bunny. It's always been in my plans, I knew what kind, what to do with them, how I'd set up my room,,, all of that. But I didn't think I would be getting one so soon. Long story short, my friend's cousin got a rabbit with her family trying to convince her not to as they knew she would lose inte...
RE: stressed out - Mikey 6/30/2016 7:24 PM
Was the vet you went to a vet certified to work on rabbits? Not all vets have taken classes and worked with rabbits, they need to be certified for that. If your vet is not, youll want to look up exotic certified or rabbit certified vets in your area and go to one of those instead. Your vet should have helped you out much mo...
Stopped using litter box? - BunnyBugs 6/30/2016 7:09 PM
So recently (this has been happening for about 2 months now maybe even more) my 2 year old neutered Holland Lop bunny Bugs stopped using his litter box and peeing EVERYWHERE. Now Bugs free roams my room day and night and has an area where his litter box, food, water and toys are and he used to be great at using the litter b...
RE: Burlap for flooring? - Lyss 6/30/2016 7:04 PM
I'm not looking for anything with long fibers. Burlap is woven jute and sisal strings...
BBlinks first -- win

Popular Store Products

You agree to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy by using this website.
Copyright 2006-2015 BinkyBunny.com - All Rights Reserved