Is there a way you can adopt bunnies closer to where you are like a shelter? Bunnies in a closed vehicle can die from heat exhaustion in a hot vehicle, and they will probably feel unsafe and can get sick very quick and it is an emergency.
Could you put nic grids surrounding the chair, and extending to how far the chair can rock/slide? Buns Love to sit in tight areas so I would be concerned they’d lay under the chair
Bunny House replied to the topic Nearly 2-year old female started to toilet on the kitchen cupboard doors in the forum BEHAVIOR 6 months, 4 weeks ago
Is she spayed? She might be territorially marking the kitchen if the cats are there often
The thing is, if you’re not financially independent you will have a hard time getting them to pay for vet visits and it will decrease her quality of life if she doesn’t get attention from a vet. Having a pet is expensive and not for kids, not to be rude but buns can costs thousands and parents don’t want to pay it because they thought it’s just a…[Read more]
Can you take her to a rabbit savvy vet? All new buns should be taken to a. Rabbit savvy vet for a check up and to get the proper diet for their age. The skinniness could be due to gi worms, digestive tract not working right or some other illness inside the bun
Bunny House replied to the topic Can’t get male Rabbit neutered/behavioural problem in the forum BEHAVIOR 7 months ago
If the vet is rabbit savvy there should be no issue with surgery unless there is a health issue that a blood test can show. I would be careful with plugins since they can be toxic to any animals in the house
I agree, buns shouldn’t be left alone, they should be boarded or baby sat as bunnies can get sick very quick and die fast if not being looked after. They aren’t like cats that can be left alone for a day or two
Bloodwork doesn’t hurt since it gives a base line for the animal when it’s healthy. They might say he is too young for it so they might have you come back when he gets neutered to do bloodwork before the surgery to make sure he’s healthy. We don’t have vaccines in the US so there won’t be any injections.
If she is acting like that, that’s not a good quality of life and she must feel horrible, she should be taken to the vet and the vet asses what to do next. I’m sorry you’re going through this, but she really needs to be seen
A blood test and urine culture will determine if there is an infection or Kidney or liver failure. And ultrasound or X-ray might be taken as well to determine organ sizes. Has she been molting or getting less veggies lately? Eating a lot more hay due to molting to keep from getting blockages can also cause extra water intake
My Dutch snores loudly. Is there a way he might have allergies? How often do you change your air filter at home? Replacing it often might help since it is allergy season in the states right now
I personally would wait 8 weeks because females can be extra hormonal and if you have the time, I think it’s the best option. You can put them side by side within a week or two and then I would say at 3-4 weeks you can start switching them in each other’s areas since she will smell differently than before and they might both need the ext…[Read more]
Well my lop had ear infections for 2 years and we tried so many meds and nothing worked and then it would make her stop eating hay and then grow spurs and go into stasis and she was such and angry nun. We had a CT and saw that her middle ear was infected and so much scar tissue that she had to have a TECA-BO surgery where they remove everything…[Read more]