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Last Post by TriBun at 8/15/2011 12:20 PM (6 Replies)
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User is Offline Mr. Lopity
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8/13/2011 9:41 AM

 Okay, you know when you look at your rabbit buck teeth at the very front and the rest are small, my rabbit only has one, but its like the size of two buck teeth? Is this bad?? Please, have any of you went through this problem! Help!!!


User is Offline KatnipCrzy
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8/14/2011 4:06 PM
I would recommend taking your bunny to have a rabbit experienced vet look at his teeth is you suspect they are abnormal.
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User is Offline BB
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8/14/2011 5:25 PM
Are you sure it's not just two teeth that look like one big one? I'm not sure what you mean when you say...the rest are small. Are you talking about he lower incisors being small, or the very back molars (which you can't actually see).

I also recommend a vet if you are seeing a vet if you are noticing something abnormal.

User is Offline EarthBunny
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8/15/2011 1:38 AM
With some rabbits, it looks like one single tooth. It is very difficult to differentiate the two if they meeting evenly.

User is Offline Beka27
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8/15/2011 3:46 AM
Have you been flossing your rabbit's teeth as part of the monthly maintenance?

Just KIDDING... don't floss your rabbit!

They are probably two teeth but you just can't see where they meet. Altho with that said, it is possible for human teeth to fuse together during formation, so I am guessing that might be possible with rabbit teeth as well.
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User is Offline Mr. Lopity
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8/15/2011 7:02 AM
thanks i think thats what it is but when i get my rabbit neutered i am going to have him given a check up



User is Offline TriBun
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8/15/2011 12:20 PM

 Oh my gosh, Beka27, I almost peed my pants thinking I needed to floss my bunnies teeth. Not funny

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