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Forum BONDING Separating bonded rabbits for a week due to health

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    • TincanOwl
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        Hi!

        One or both pf my bunnies have consumed small pieces of silicone. I called the vet about this who recommended to keep them separated but close so they can still interract to observe any changes in each of their droppings and keep only a hay and twig diet so that anything deviant may pass easier but I’m a bit concerned about this since I feel like it’d harder to tell if their personality changes if I can’t keep them freeroaming and if I can’t treat test them. They’d also have to be let out seperately to exercise and this setup would be for a week. Idk what do you guys think of this advice? I’m very scared they’ll unbond in that time but also that one of them consumes more plastic through chewing the coating on the pen idk


      • DanaNM
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          I replied to this in the other thread, I’m going to lock this since it’s a duplicate!

          Please see other thread here:

          Thoughs on my vers advice for observing blockage

          . . . The answers provided in this discussion are for general guideline purposes only. The information is not intended to diagnose or treat your pet. Seek the advice of your veterinarian or a qualified behaviorist.  

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