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

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Coccida is deadly and can affect babies not properly weaned. You couldn’t wait for a properly weaned Holland lop? It was that drastically important when you have to wait at least another 5 months to bond. I’m sorry but that’s irresponsible on your part and on the person who sold it to you. Just because he’s weaned at 5 weeks does not mean he was ready. As mentioned to you over and over again a bunny shouldn’t leave mom before 8 weeks. They’re like any other animal.