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Is Enrofloxacin and freeze dried banana pieces safe combo for my bunny? - EdgarWabbit2 2/13/2016 5:06 PM
He won't take the syringe AT ALL. So I've been putting the dose on one oxbow freeze dried banana piece the past day and he loves it. Stress free for him and I. Is this a safe combo with the antibiotic? He's got 25 more days of this and shoVing the syringe in his cheek is impossible. Thanks...
RE: New Show Rabbit Won't Eat! - LBJ10 2/13/2016 4:13 PM
Why wouldn't you feed them hay? Hay is a very important part of a bunny's diet. As for the pellets, what kind are they? Do you know what they were eating before? Can you get what they had before and then mix it with the new pellets?...
RE: Bonding my trio. - Bunny Daddy 2/13/2016 3:56 PM
Day three. No photos (Yet) because my phone's dead and I'm lazy. They're in an xpen that's one by three wide, I might make it a tiny bit smaller, but I had it big enough so I can give them food last night without them having to be in the litter box. There was some chasing at the beginning, but not much, I slammed together s...
RE: North Charleston Rescue Effort - Charleston Animal Society - bunnyflo 2/13/2016 3:29 PM
Thank you for signing the Petition....
RE: North Charleston Rescue Effort - Charleston Animal Society - bunnyflo 2/13/2016 3:28 PM
You do not feel CAS did anything wrong sending 70 rabbits to a kill shelter that did not have room for the rabbits who immediately transported them to a Wildlife Center and owner of Predators who in turn distributed them to his friends on 3 hidden farms?  Do you believe they had proper medical care and are adopted in l...
RE: Should I try to litter train him in his cage?? - Azerane 2/13/2016 3:20 PM
Bandit used to run back to his cage to use his tray from wherever he was in the house (99% of the time). He always returned to pee, occasionally I'd find the odd poop in another room. He definitely needs a tray in his cage though, at the very least it will help you with cleaning once he's gotten the hang of using it. Jus...
RE: re-acclimating femail enemies after fixing - Azerane 2/13/2016 2:58 PM
Yes, they need a long break from each other. Not only to continue to recover from surgery, but to forget about all the fighting and bad feelings. You're going to have a tough time bonding with their past relationship but it's possible and can be done. Though you need to remember that there is no guarantee that they will bon...
RE: Found a dryer sheet - LBJ10 2/13/2016 2:49 PM
Any update?...
RE: Housing my new Bunny - Azerane 2/13/2016 2:43 PM
What size version of that hutch do you have? If you only have the small 4 foot one I would say it is too small for having more than one rabbit in it. The 6 foot would be perfect for housing two rabbits. Ultimately the more space you can provide the better, and it's worth even considering an additional run that can be added ...
RE: Freaking out... - bam 2/13/2016 2:28 PM
How is she doing now? I did have a feeling that you were planning on getting her spayed - but since other people might be reading the thread I thought I'd better stress the importance of spaying a girl bun...
New Show Rabbit Won't Eat! - Mirajane 2/13/2016 2:14 PM
I have been showing rabbits for over a year now, and bought two Netherland Dwarfs. I felt them today, and looked at their food troughs, and they haven't been eating much. Probably from new feed, but I've never had them go a couple weeks without eating this much. I can feel their bones as if they have worms, but I don't thin...
RE: North Charleston Rescue Effort - Charleston Animal Society - tobyluv 2/13/2016 2:09 PM
Since I signed the petition, I received an email update today. A Freedom of Information Act request was delivered to the CEO of Charleston Animal Society. https://www.change.org/p/joe-elmore-miguel-abi-hassan-where-are-the-69-neglected-rescued-rabbits/u/15447030?tk=8CQh_9PaQVKdquXBFDP613TJdiYxe6PP-Y-fAwcez7A&utm_source=p...
RE: Blood test shows prolonged clotting in baby bunny? - LBJ10 2/13/2016 1:57 PM
True Bam, but that has more to do with increased levels of things in the blood than it does with clotting time. So the part about the liver enzymes may be consistent with struggling. Hmm..........
RE: And Today Mr. Olly....... - cinnybun2015 2/13/2016 1:54 PM
Aww... bunnies so sweet and goofy......
RE: Bunny Obsessed with me! - AHopper 2/13/2016 1:34 PM
Bam, he's not really that bad, but he does pee on the couch, on purpose after I make him stop doing something he shouldn't be doing... ha...
RE: Freaking out... - Reeem 2/13/2016 1:29 PM
It was a lot of fur actually and it was quite thick. It just fell out of her mouth and thats exactly when i started panicking. Who knew they could put so much hair in their teeny tiny cute mouth! She will definitely get spayed , but im quite young and saving up with no job is really difficult....
RE: Bunny Obsessed with me! - bam 2/13/2016 1:06 PM
AHopper, it doesn't always escalate into spraying and humping, it didn't with my Bam. But it stressed him out, he was like a bunny possessed, and it stressed the dog out, the circling and nipping and following around. Some male buns never display these behaviors. You don't have to neuter them, boy bunnies are not at risk o...
RE: Bunny Obsessed with me! - AHopper 2/13/2016 12:47 PM
Mine does the circling, but doesn't spray or hump me. Will it escalate to that? He's getting neutered within the next month, I just have to get an appointment....
RE: Hello friends! - tobyluv 2/13/2016 12:01 PM
Hello and welcome to Binky Bunny! Rue is lovely....
RE: Bonding - tobyluv 2/13/2016 12:00 PM
Do not attempt the bonding until your male has been neutered and a few weeks have elapsed (2-4 weeks). You want the bonding to be as easy as possible with the least amount of trouble and problems, so you should not put them together until he has had surgery and recuperated. I know that you have read up on bonding, but h...
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