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Forum BEHAVIOR HELP!!! don’t know what to do!!!

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    • cookie627
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      Lately my bun didn’t seem like he drank any water. i drew a line on the bottle and the water level stayed the same but in the morning when i change his water i see that he drank a bit. i am worried he is not getting enough water. and his behavior has changed. he seems more alert. and more scared of me and whats around him. and he doen’t explore the house like he normaly does. he thumping and spraying more too. is something wrong with him?! this is my first bun and i have no idea what to do!!!!!

      HELP!!!!!


    • wendyzski
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      1 – how old is your bunny? –
      2 – are you sure the bottle isn’t clogged?  Maybe put out a bowl of water too just in case
      3 – is he eating normally?
      4- Is her pooping and peeing normally?  Maybe change the literbox tonight so you can see his – er – output.


    • wendyzski
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      A ha – saw your other post – the skittishness and behavior changes sound like puberty, esp as he is spraying.  I see you’re already making plans to get him neutered – that should help.

      As far as the water – maybe try a bowl too just in case and make sure the output is normal


    • BinkyBunny
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      If he is eating, then he has to be getting his liquid from somewhere as rabbit will not eat if they are not drinking. Does he get leafy greens and veggies? If so, there is alot of water in those. I am interested to see the answers to wendyzski’s questions.


    • cookie627
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      oh thanks!!!!!! plus that night he seemed normal again. started going out of his cage and doing all that stuff he nomaly does.


    • skunklionshow
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      For paranoid bunny parents….

      I keep a dry erase near Jessi’s cage.  I monitor the water levels each day, to ensure she’s drinking just fine.  I made a HUGE mistake about a month ago w/ her water!  She is caged during the day.  When I hung her bottle up on the cage I hung the nozzle below her bed box.  She couldn’t access the water.  I’ve NEVER made that mistake again! 


    • cookie627
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      oh thats good!!!!

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Forum BEHAVIOR HELP!!! don’t know what to do!!!