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    Billy Costigan
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    Is the usual for a rabbit ears to fall over after a short period of time? Maybe just one maybe both? I was wondering since I got this little guy a month ago one of his ears is falling over and some days he seems to have complete control over it and others it’s like he has nine. Have any of you guys notice this? Is it super common

    —Brock in Tennessee


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    Sirius&Luna
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    It depends on the breed! If a bunny is a lop or a lop cross, then sometimes their ears take a while to lop, or they can move them up and down at will. My lionhead/lop cross bunny had sticky up ears until she was about 12 weeks old, then one day one suddenly lopped, and by the time I was home from work the second one had too. She can still lift them up if she wants to though.

    If he’s got no lop in him, then it could be a sign of an ear infection.


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