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  • Turning outdoor rabbits to indoor - Biscuit@Smores 05/20/2024 04:34 AM
    Hello! I don’t know if this forum is right, but the question is essentially what the title states. Here is some background: My Vet has recommended it, and though I’ve wanted to keep them indoors, my folk opposed it. I have had 2 other rabbits who were outdoors their entire lives . They also were…
  • Reply To: Small Flesh-Colored Bump on Side of Nose - LokiLover 05/19/2024 06:59 PM
    Thank you for your reply! I didn’t realize that the warts could stay so small, because all of the photos I see online are really advanced cases. I will monitor it for sure.
  • Reply To: Small Flesh-Colored Bump on Side of Nose - LokiLover 05/19/2024 06:59 PM
    Thanks so much for your reply, Bam! I was also considering rabbit syphilis, but not sure how likely it would be (the last time he had contact with other rabbits was 6 months ago, they were two spayed girls <1 that I was fostering). So I don’t know how long it could lay dormant for…
  • There is always a risk with ANY animal traveling in cargo. There have been horror stories on the news about neglect and mishandling by airline personnel. I remember one story of a dog escaping and running off on the tarmac. So I can see why people would be concerned. We did have a member here…
  • Not all papilloma warts get big. Many of them stay quite small. I agree that you should just watch it for changes. They can go away on their own. Or, if it gets bigger, the vet can remove it.
  • It could be a papilloma wart. They can go away on their own, or you can have them removed by a vet. I’d keep observing it for a bit. It’s good to take pictures regularly, because that way you can spot even smaller changes and keep track of the development in either direction over time.…
  • thank you for this <3 I’ve been trying to find the correct authorities but have been unable to verify what I need. I’m moving to Iowa as I stated and have been unable to find anything about what I need (if anything) to be able to bring her in. From what I’ve heard I need…
  • We had a member who successfully transported her bun from Kuwait to Canada some years back. She chose Lufthansa, but she had a choice. The bun had to fly cargo, the owner wasn’t on the same plane, her parents collected the bun. He was then in home-quarantine for some weeks because that’s required in Canada.…
  • rabbit has to fly cargo (no other options) - June 05/19/2024 08:57 AM
    I already went to reddit to try and get advice/reassurance but I just got told that I was a selfish bunny owner and that I clearly don’t care about my rabbit. June is a part of my small family and has gotten me through some of the toughest points of my life. She’s my baby…
  • rabbit has to fly cargo (no other options) - June 05/19/2024 08:18 AM
      I already went to reddit to try and get advice/reassurance but I was told I am a terrible bunny mum and that I’m going to kill her if I go through with this.   Rehoming is not an option. She is my family, my baby and I could not bear to lose her (nor…
  • Small Flesh-Colored Bump on Side of Nose - LokiLover 05/19/2024 01:19 AM
    Hello everyone, I just noticed this small, flesh-colored bump or wart on the side of my rabbit’s nose (it is only on one side) — see photos. Does anyone have any idea what this might be? I’ve heard that the papillomavirus can cause wart-like growths in rabbits; however I don’t know what that would look…
  • Rabbits dont swallow bigger chunks of things, the entrance to their stomach is very narrow and controlled by strong muscle. This is why they cant vomit, and probably why they chew what they eat very thoroughly. Rabbits can ingest non-food materials like fabric, plastic, cardboard and leather, and that as a rule doesnt harm them…
  • Heading to vet – Luna ate plastic syringe top and rubber stopper. - James, Sunny and Luna 05/18/2024 07:32 PM
    My bunny Luna was sick last night and was fed gas drops and critical care each hour for three hours. On her last dose, she snapped off the tip, and part of the tube, of the 1ml syringe. I tried to remove any parts from her mouth, but I believe it went down. This morning…
  • Reply To: Ear mites - Wick & Fable 05/18/2024 02:42 PM
    Cleaning the environment is an important component of ear mites treatment: https://wabbitwiki.com/wiki/Mites#Ear_mites I agree that reaching out to either the same vet or finding a different one for at least some informed guidance is necessary to ensure proper and safe tx. Here is a website w/ some various links that may help with finding an…
  • Reply To: Ear mites - LBJ10 05/18/2024 02:06 PM
    Hmm… that isn’t very helpful because it doesn’t say how much ivermectin is actually in it. Assuming it is meant for horses, the concentration is probably high. You do not want to risk overdose. Would your vet be able to help you out with figuring out the correct dosage? Maybe they are familiar with the…
  • Reply To: Ear mites - Zeus.Loopy 05/18/2024 01:26 PM
    Thank you for your reply. As far as black specs inside the ears, they don’t seem to have them yet. Maybe they do but might be deeper inside the ear. No crusting happening yet. I do notice A LOT of dandruff And constantly scratching. The bottle of ivermectin is 120ml for horses. That’s all it…
  • Reply To: Ear mites - LBJ10 05/18/2024 02:01 AM
    Are you sure they have ear mites? Dandruff is normally associated with fur mites. Do they have crusts in their ears? Black “specks” way down in the ear would be more early stages. Your vet should be able to properly prescribe something, even if they are doubtful that it’s ear mites. With topical treatments, there’s…
  • Ear mites - Zeus.Loopy 05/18/2024 01:52 AM
    Hi everyone, I’m pretty sure my 2/ 5month old mini lops have ear mites. They display all the signs of it such as head shaking, bald patches on ears, constantly grooming and scratching ears. My black female has it worse and I think it started out with her having it first because I can see…
  • Considering it sounds like you recently received her, I would say a vet visit, even if nothing is particularly wrong, would be good to get a baseline. It does look dirty? but honestly hard to assess anything w/ a photo of private areas unless it’s very significant, as usually some palpitation and expression of that…
  • You are doing a wonderful job. Thank you for helping these little ones! I’m very sorry I dont know more.