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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Rabbit poop

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    • Lisa Li
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      Is this dropping normal? Also what are signs of a healthy rabbit?

       


    • Bam
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      These droppings look wonderful. Full of golden bits of hay from the look of them. Nice size and shape.

      General signs of good health in a rabbit are, for example, a good appetite, clear eyes without discharge, soft and shiny fur (unless the rabbit is in a molt, in which case the fur can look horrible even if the bun is super healthy), lots of round poops like the ones in your picture.

      Here is a guide to bun poop, with pictures:

      https://bunssb.org/bunnies/guide-bunny-poops

       


    • DanaNM
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      I agree, those look like A+ poops!

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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Rabbit poop