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RE: Cruelty incident: Petition - jerseygirl 7/13/2014 2:15 AM
That's right. It happened in Seaham, County Durham in UK. I'm not familiar with how the law works there....
RE: How Did You Get Your First Pet ? - Tessie 7/13/2014 12:47 AM
JackRabbit - haha! yes, well it's still up for debate where in the house they're going to live for the next year, so we'll see!...
RE: How Did You Get Your First Pet ? - JackRabbit 7/12/2014 11:05 PM
Tessie -- your parents really aren't animal people, and now you've moved back home with two huge soon-to-be-famous bunnies. Bet your parents just love you!...
RE: How Did You Get Your First Pet ? - Tessie 7/12/2014 10:58 PM
Fun thread! So I always wanted a pet, but my parents really aren't animal people at all! So I was never allowed one. I remember one year I was about 10 or 11 and I cried and cried about it and I asked for a pet for my birthday. Birthday morning came and I unwrapped a little bowl, a water bottle, and found a hutch outsid...
RE: Is this x pen too small? - JackRabbit 7/12/2014 10:55 PM
One more thing -- One of our local pet shops sells new and used xpens (and buys back xpens that were bought from them if they are no longer needed). Maybe check into something like that too if you want to try to save on shipping on a used xpen....
RE: Is this x pen too small? - JackRabbit 7/12/2014 10:49 PM
If you use it in a rectangle shape, they actually make a top for it. If you put NIC grids on it as a top, at 30 inches tall it won't be easy to clean (or open) and wouldn't really lend itself to you sitting in there with your bunny it you wanted to. You could attach a sheet to the top but would have to detach it every tim...
RE: My bunny won't eat pellets and very little hay - Tessie 7/12/2014 10:47 PM
Well, here's what he should be eating: lots of hay, roughly an amount his own body size everyday. Does he have constant access to hay? Do you have a litterbox for him? Putting hay in there helps. A small amount of pellets, depending on body weight. I'm surprised he doesn't eat them, though. What kind of pellet is it...
RE: Please Help -- Rabbit Emergency - robyn and 'tipps' 7/12/2014 10:37 PM
What an awful experience for the poor bun and, of course, you. Please get him to a vet asap and lets all hope he wasn't seriously injured. Please keep us informed....
RE: Baytril causing GI stasis - smith_jackie 7/12/2014 10:36 PM
He was getting Bene-Bac, probiotic sprinkled on his food everyday, and the oxbow digestive support hay tablets to help, but....nontheless, he went into stasis again. I'm not sure if a sensitivity test was done. At least there wasn't one done to my knowledge. They did tell me there was other rabbit safe medication that t...
RE: Odd behavior with ear yeast? - Tessie 7/12/2014 10:36 PM
I'd definitely switch vets. I went to a nice vet, but they referred me to an exotic animal hospital once and I never went back to the old vet, the treatment and advice available there is just so much better. Hope your bun is okay! Keep offering favourite treats, anything she wants to eat, and maybe try tummy rubs....
RE: Blood in urine/ On gentials - Tessie 7/12/2014 10:30 PM
I definitely know what you mean! Hearing it from someone else helps. Hope all goes well at the vets....
RE: What type of water do you give your pets? - Mocha 7/12/2014 10:20 PM
Thanks everyone! I changed there' fleece to sheets to make it a little cooler, and they like sleeping on dishes and lying next to they're water bowls. I live in a city, and they are always saying the water here is very clean so I guess it's safe for the buns. If it's really hot, I usually put them in the guest bathroom a...
RE: Is this healthy? - Mocha 7/12/2014 10:16 PM
Don't let her chew burnt wood! You can buy untreated wood. Rabbits also love willow sticks, apple sticks, and toys from petstores. She sounds like she enjoys it but it is dangerous....
RE: Please Help -- Rabbit Emergency - Roberta 7/12/2014 10:13 PM
OK... The vet is the best thing just get there as soon as possible... Mean while you are doing the right thing keeping him quiet and warm... Shock is one of the concerns at the moment so you want to minimise that as much as possible... If the dog hasn't already left get it out of the house and try to remove it's smell from ...
RE: Please Help -- Rabbit Emergency - JackRabbit 7/12/2014 10:11 PM
Rabbits hide pain very well. I don't mean to upset you, but it is possible that your bunny may have internal injuries or be going into shock from the scare. You really need to get your bun to a vet as soon as possible. Are there any emergency vets you could go to?...
RE: vibes for Rupert please (Thank you, Update and pictures) - JackRabbit 7/12/2014 10:00 PM
Thanks! I'd love to see! Would also like to know how to get "good ones" (pics)! I can never seem to catch the super cute things! Maybe I need to take a photography class in my "spare" time!...
RE: What type of water do you give your pets? - LongEaredLions 7/12/2014 9:58 PM
The water my bunnies get is from the tap, but the tap comes from the same place as the bottled water around here. Ceramic tiles work well as a cool-off spot....
RE: Odd behavior with ear yeast? - Mocha 7/12/2014 9:48 PM
I would switch vets. Stasis is pretty commin in rabbits and I would have a vet that does treat it. Has she been better? Less shaking, eating, pooping normally? If she hasn't eaten or pooped in 12-24 hours, it's an emergency and you need to go to the vet immedietly. Rabbits rarely show any signs of illness, so when they do...
RE: July Picture Thread! - Nora 7/12/2014 9:41 PM
I'm going to have to steal all your bunnies. Sorry....
RE: July Picture Thread! - JackRabbit 7/12/2014 9:38 PM
This is why you don't see many bunny hairstylists -- bunnies having a bad hair day!  If they would only lick each other in the other direction . . .!...
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