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Last Post by cookie627 at 5/16/2007 3:24 PM (7 Replies)
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User is Offline Lpuff
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8/06/2006 3:00 AM
I have a dog but she barks at my bunny. Can you teach not to bark at the bunny? I hope am not the only one who has a dog that barks at my bunny.

User is Offline BB
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8/06/2006 11:42 PM

I'm afraid I am not an expert on training dogs; you may need to have your dog attend training classes so he'll actually follow your commands to stop, but here is a link to the House Rabbit society regarding interaction between rabbit and dogs.

http://rabbit.org/journal/1/dogs.html 

For now, until you can train your dog to stop barking at your bunny, can you keep them completely separate to prevent your bunny from going into shock if it gets too scared?

Some dogs do fine with rabbits, even hang out with them with no problem (supervised of course), while others really are a danger to the rabbit no matter what.  Once he's been through some sort of training by you or a professional, you'll really be able to determine that.

Keep us updated!  Let us know how it goes.

Does anyone else have other pets, cats, dogs etc that do or don't get along with your bunny?


User is Offline laura lindauer
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8/10/2006 8:36 PM
I have other pets with Booey!!! Theyre called roommates!! just kiddin roomies!! (they love binkys too!!) BINKYS4EVA!!

User is Offline Stacey
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8/11/2006 11:56 AM
I have 3 rats and 2 cats plus the 4 bunnies. the cats are scared of the rabbits. it's funny when i have dusty upstairs with me for some exercise and he hops towards the cat and the cat jumps away... they all get along pretty well. the rats could care less obviously

User is Offline BB
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8/13/2006 8:05 PM
Posted By spacey on 08/11/2006 2:56 PM
I have 3 rats and 2 cats plus the 4 bunnies. the cats are scared of the rabbits. it's funny when i have dusty upstairs with me for some exercise and he hops towards the cat and the cat jumps away... they all get along pretty well. the rats could care less obviously

Wow, what a wonderful little fuzzy motley crew! It's amazing how some rabbits can really make a scaredy cat out of cat!

User is Offline lilmizzsnickerz
belfast northern ireland
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5/12/2007 9:20 AM
i have 2 dogs a birdy and a cat and domino the dogs dont bother the cats not been introduced yet but the rabbit tortures the bird lol
oO-LoZzY-Oo

R.I.P domino, malibu and smirnoff i miss you
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User is Offline skunklionshow
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5/16/2007 10:53 AM

I have 4 cats (Max, Kate, Phoebe, and Wolfgang), 1 leucistic (pink) leopard gecko (strawberry shortcake), and our beloved Jessica...the evil netherland dwarf!  On occassion, I also care for our 3 therapy bunnies:  Trigger (mini-rex), Oreo (English Spotted), and Leo (lion head).  Our program also has 4 aquatic turtles, and a mini-hamster AKA Hammy!

Now that I have decreased Jessica's pellet intake (per the diet forum), Jessica has been eating a greater range of greens, carrots, and herbs.  Max, my 20 lb boy, has taken to checking out her plate of veggies.  I think he just likes the smell of them, I've never actually seen him eat them.  Yesterday, he even used her water bottle!  Oddly enough, Jess doesn't seem to mind sharing.  Jess and Phoebe (another huge cat) share their cat grass plant...at the same time.  Its very cute.

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Ghandi


User is Offline cookie627
Naperville, IL
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5/16/2007 3:24 PM
hey!!!! your cat has the same name as me!!!!!!!!Phoebe!!!!!
My adorable baby
Cookie 1 year old
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