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Forum BEHAVIOR Twitching

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    • Daisy282939
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        My rabbit does  slight twitching when he’s lying down of his whole body is this normal? I worry it’s something bigger but might be overthinking. Thanks


      • Bam
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          Has this been going on for a long time?

          A few weeks ago, during and after a bout of tummy trouble that could’ve been brought on by a heavy shed, my bun had a short period of “shaking” or rather “rocking” while resting. It lasted less than a week. Her body (most notably her ears) moved with each heartbeat, it seemed. I couldnt get a rabbit vet appt until March 6 so I still don’t know what it could have been.

          Long term shaking could potentially be related to the heart/lungs, but I think you’ll need a rabbit savvy vet to get a reliable diagnosis.


        • LBJ10
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            Is he awake or sleeping? Bunnies twitch in their sleep… and it’s really freaky looking when they are doing it while asleep with their eyes open.

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