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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > BEHAVIOR > Teenage bunny terrors!
Last Post by LittleBunny at 9/20/2012 3:25 PM (7 Replies)
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User is Offline LittleBunny
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9/16/2012 12:14 PM

Being a teen myself [MOD EDIT] I simpythzaize with my baby girl, Tulip....howeve I can NOT put up with this behaivor! When I first got her..far too young unfourtantley

she was a happy sweet little girl who litter box trained herself in a week. Now she wont poop (at least shes peeing!) in her box. She has also started nipping me everyonce in a while! I make sure to yelp, but ouch! I can't tell if shes jsut being playful or not, because obviously Im not a bunny lol. She is still a very social bun...but shes driving me nuts! Please help!

User is Offline TH004
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9/16/2012 12:36 PM
Is she fixed? That helps get those pesky hormones out and fix litterbox issues.

User is Offline Beka27
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9/16/2012 1:21 PM
I edited your post. Minors are not permitted to post their age for security reasons. When you have some time, please review the forum rules here: http://www.binkybunny.com/FORUM/tab...fault.aspx

This behavior is normal for a young bunny. How old is she approximately? Females can be spayed at about 6 months, and that will go a long way towards improving her behavior.
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User is Offline LittleBunny
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9/16/2012 1:33 PM
Sorry! Thank you soo much Beka! She is going in to get spayed tomorrow ..

User is Offline Beka27
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9/16/2012 1:44 PM
Oh good! Once she's finished recovering (about a week), you can start again with some litter-training 101. I'll bet she catches on again pretty quick.
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User is Offline LittleBunny
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9/18/2012 1:54 PM
So the vet thinks she has an ear infection poor baby..I'm slightly miffed though because I haven't noticed her itching /shaking genrally being bothered by her ears. So her spaying has been post poned.

User is Offline LittlePuffyTail
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9/20/2012 1:52 AM
Ear infections don`t always cause itching or shaking. My lop has had chronic ear infections for years and rarely seems bothered by them. What did your vet do to determine an ear infection. Did he look at a sample under the microscope.
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User is Offline LittleBunny
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9/20/2012 3:25 PM
Im not quite sure, but I have to give her a pill dissolved in apple juice twice a day..she hates it!
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