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  • #1301536
    Mushroomsmom
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    I’ve noticed in my bonded pair one of the buns has been having weird poops big and small. Here’s a pic if any one has insight. They both are acting totally fine


    #1739982
    Reeem
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    Theres no pic, try posting it again.


    #1740421
    Gina.Jenny
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    I think they look like uneaten cecotropes? The ones the bunnies eat. If a bunny doesn’t eat them, it can mean their diet is too rich? I can see some hair in there, so that might have something to do with it? Can you give the bunnies a good grooming, to reduce the amount of hair, and maybe slightly reduce the pellets or veg? I know with rabbits, its important not to make big changes to their diet. If you have two getting fed together, its possible one is getting the lions share of the pellets and/or veg? Leaving them getting a little more than is good from them?


    #1740454
    Bam
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    Here’s a guide to bunny poop:
    http://imgur.com/a/5N4lD


    #1740534
    jerseygirl
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    Do you know which of the bunnies it is? You posted pics another time, just wondering if it’s the same bunny.

    One of them looks a bit like a Cecal but at first glance, I thought these look like “megacolon” poos. I don’t want to jump the gun though! It could simply be the food passed through slower then normal. Maybe needing more fibre.

    How is their hay eating and water drinking habits? Have you noticed any changes?
    Buns can also produce weird looking poos occasionally due to shedding or diet (usually too much sugar).


    #1740633
    LittlePuffyTail
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    One of my buns has these poos once in a while. I wouldn’t worry much if it is just once in a while. Frequent strange poos need to be investigated.


    #1740800
    Mushroomsmom
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    I believe its my girl.

    Great hay intake and lots of water.

    She’s shedding if that matters and I only feed a small amount of pellets

    Keeping an eye but she always make large egg shaped poop the vet said was okay..


    #1740807
    Bam
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    Shedding may very well matter. Many rabbits experience a bit of tummy upset during shedding. It’s good that you’re keeping an eye, that’s probably all that’s required for the time being. Great hay intake is just excellent!


    #1740808
    Bam
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    Shedding may very well matter. Many rabbits experience a bit of tummy upset during shedding. It’s good that you’re keeping an eye, that’s probably all that’s required for the time being. Great hay intake is just excellent!


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