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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Hiccups

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    • Jessica
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      Amelia has been getting hiccups regularly lately, it’s typically after she has been running around like crazy after she flops. It’s super cute and it stops as soon as I rub her throat, but is it something I should be concerned about?

      Thanks everyone


    • sarahthegemini
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      My bunnies get the hiccups sometimes (or what I believe to be hiccups) but it stops after about a minute. It might be due to gulping down too much water or eating too quick.


    • ergodic
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      If it is frequent you might want to the vet. Hiccups were a sign of George’s stomach ulcer, he used to get them very frequently but now he is on a proton pump inhibitor.


    • Q8bunny
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      Hiccups can be just hiccups and will stop when bun is petted. But in some buns (not the majority) they can be a sign of GI or heart problems. So a checkup is recommended to rule out the latter two. My bun gets hiccups once in a while too – you’re right, it’s very cute, but I pet him so they calm down because they rock him back and forth lol

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