Yes I can, but I was more asking if this can be a normal thing they do. Like I said she isn’t scratching at it more then usual. I have a vet, but figured I asked if anyone else experience something similar with their bunny, before I go spending 50+ dollars.
When I break them up, they have hay inside and look normal. They are a little harder then usually though. When I got home today they are now almost completely white/tan grey color . I’m very confused on what to do. They both are acting fine. It seems like Bun Bun is having it now too.
Just to add, romaine and green leaf are cleared in my area, I live in one of the states that were cleared.
Thank you! I don’t plan on giving them a lot, just a one piece to add to their mix. I’ll probbaly start her off with just a small piece of the leaf of bok choy. Her stomach seems more sensitive then my male bunny. He will literally eat anything and have no problems.
So I tried wrapping it and he kicked it off every time. He kept thumping his foot until it got off, or trying to rip it off with his teeth. I ended up not trying again after 4 attempts, because I didn’t want him to hurt his foot. I plan on keeping an eye on it, is there anything else I can do?
It’s kinda looks like mesh or a fish net. It what you would use for humans with a giant cut. I used it before when I got a giant cut on my elbow, I thought it was pretty breathable.
Would a medical type cloth be fine? Or should I use fabric? Thank you for your fast response. I’m so upset by this whole event. They both were doing great with bonding and then I trusted them to follow one rule of not putting them together. I have no idea how he got this wound. I checked my floor and everything, I also vacuumed this morning, so I…[Read more]
I am not an expert in any way with bonding, as I’m bonding two rabbits currently myself. But I may be able to give you some advice. First, my male bunny does the same thing with my three cats. They react the same way. I don’t really think cats know what the bunny is asking. I find that my bunnies are very similar to how my cats act with me. Bun…[Read more]
I’ll try too! I know my boy bunny always picks up on my feeling and moods easily. The lunging is what really freaks me out, because it happens so fast. I know the signs of it now, but I’m hoping it won’t happen again. I got my two cats who hated each other to bond, so hopefully I will be able to bond my rabbits!
My rabbit is the same way. I bought tons of toys and he touches none of them. The only thing he seems to like is willow sticks. He likes to throw them and chew them. The best entertainment is to just give them a lot of space to run around. Join in the fun as well. My bunny loves to hop around me, lay down with me, and follow me around.
Hello! It depends on your bunny as well. Some bunnies will eat everything, and some bunnies will leave paper/bedding alone. I set my bunny litter box up in layers. The first layer is paper. I use old homework, or newspaper. This helps soak in the pee, and keep the bottom of the litter box clean. When I didn’t use a paper liner, I was washing my b…[Read more]
Alright thank you. I probably won’t be able to cover the whole entire floor, but I’ll buy some soft mats and put them at the area he is running around the most. Once again thank you again, I just get freaked out about sore hocks, because I don’t want him to be in any kind of pain or so. Thanks again!
Does it look bad? Or is it something I can probably fix without bringing him to the vet? The litter box has this plastic cover over it, to block him from touching his poo and pee. In the rest of the house it is tile, and he hates going on it. The flooring in the room he is in, is kinda soft. It might be a little rough if you run on it. He likes to…[Read more]