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Home Forums BEHAVIOR New bunny in tobys territory? RE: New bunny in tobys territory?

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Posted By Toby Da Bunny on 6/10/2018 12:37 PM

Everyone remotely in my area sells rabbits at 5 – 6 weeks. I had no choice. The bunny was weaned off already and he is perfectly happy. And the bunnies obviously aren’t together. They are in seperate cages in seperate rooms of the house. My vet is the only exotic vet that could actually help within a 50 mile radius. I’m doing my best. You guys need to stop getting so easily worked up over nothing. The rabbits will be fine.

Firstly, nobody is ‘getting worked up over nothing’ You have chosen to get a rabbit that is far too young because you didn’t want to wait. Rabbits being taken away from their mum at such a young age is incredibly dangerous. 

Secondly, it isn’t obvious that the rabbits aren’t together seeing as you spoke about bonding them and said one rabbit was laying on top of the other 

Thirdly, your vet is not a rabbit savvy vet if they advised putting an unneutered and unspayed rabbit together. You need to find a suitable vet even if it means travelling further than 50 miles. Not every vet is qualified to treat rabbits and it seems your vet isn’t knowledgeable about rabbits. I certainly wouldn’t trust them to treat my rabbits should they have issues. You have to travel to find a better vet. It is what it is