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  • Reply To: how to get rabbit to stop peeing/pooping in bed - Louiethebunny 07/15/2020 12:34 AM
    i hope so too! I’m thinking of buying a tablecloth/shower curtain of some sort to put over my bed when I’m gone so if he does pee or leave droppings, it doesn’t get into my sheets and such, hopefully I can train him out of this behavior.
  • I adopted my bun at 5 months and he was already neutered, its different for every bunny. If you’re looking for a rabbit savvy vet, I would definitely check out your local rabbit rescue or shelter!
  • I know teenage behavior doesn’t always allow for it, but ideally, you want to hold off on neutering until they’re done growing, as teenage hormones play a big part in proper skeletal development (especially important for heavy breeds like Flemmies). Giant breeds keep growing until about 9-12 months of age, sometimes longer.
  • Reply To: best litter in the uk - Trixieandcookies 07/15/2020 12:10 AM
    @danaNM I am working on getting pellets now😀 thank you!
  • Reply To: Arm and hammer feline pine( pine pellets) - Trixieandcookies 07/15/2020 12:06 AM
    Oh my gosh really?!? That’s so much cheaper!!!! Is it just the tractor supply brand? I also have one in my area.( We get hay there) Thank you so much!!
  • I haven’t used that brand, I just want to mention that you can get horse stall pellets (which is exactly the same thing as feline pine) at feed stores for a fraction of the price. I get mine at Tractor Supply, $6 for 40 lbs.
  • Reply To: best litter in the uk - Happyjeans 07/14/2020 11:52 PM
    I had awful problems with my rabbit being allergic to almost all bedding options when he was a baby and regularly getting respiratory infections. When I swapped to breeder celect the problems stopped. It’s a compressed newspaper pellet – no other chemicals. You won’t find it in the supermarket but can get it in Pets…
  • Hello everyone, I have a 7.5 year old dwarf lop called Bertie and he is absolutely the best bunny in the world, I’m so lucky to have such a friendly funny (not so) little guy in my life. He’s a free range house rabbit with a ‘burrow’ built in to the bottom of a built…
  • Reply To: What should i make (DIY project) - HipHopBunny 07/14/2020 11:41 PM
    Awwww! Trixie is SO CUTE!!!! 😀 I LOVE the hay bag! Good idea Louiethebunny, and excellent work on it Trixieandcookies! 🙂
  • Reply To: What should i make (DIY project) - Trixieandcookies 07/14/2020 11:25 PM
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  • Reply To: A Bun’s Front View… - Trixieandcookies 07/14/2020 11:24 PM
    Super cute!!💜💕
  • Arm and hammer feline pine( pine pellets) - Trixieandcookies 07/14/2020 11:21 PM
    Is arm and hammer feline pine pellets okay for bunnies? Has anyone used this brand? Thanks
  • How to get bunny to eat more hay - Trixieandcookies 07/14/2020 11:06 PM
    Hello! I was just wondering how to make hay more attractive to my bun? She eats just enough but not as much as she used to could this be because she was growing? She is a year and almost 2  months old now. I would like to see her eating more but if this is…
  • Reply To: Pinwormsssss - Bam 07/14/2020 10:34 PM
    Panacur for 28 days is for e cuniculi-treatment, which has nothing to do with pinworms. Its possible that some eggs survived the last treatment round. Where I am, pinworms in rabbits are commonly treated with panacur for 5 days, then wait 10-14 days and give 5 more days of panacur. This is because eggs that…
  • I hope I hear back about the blood test soon, too. My family and I worry Hunny will never be able to eat hay or veggies again… Doom and gloom aside, the past couple days, things have been going as well as they can with our girl. Yesterday, in addition to pellets, Hunny ate 81…
  • Pinwormsssss - ChannyPea 07/14/2020 09:50 PM
    hi guys. So, I just noticed a pinworm in whinnies poo. She had them a couple of months ago in May, she was treated with panacur which was advised by the vet and instructions for 9 days. I thought the 9 day treatment was successful, she was back to her usual self, healthy poops etc.…
  • Reply To: Bonding stages - Susanne 07/14/2020 09:29 PM
    Thanks! Here is a picture of them dozing today!
  • Reply To: Boredom Buster’s? - Trixieandcookies 07/14/2020 09:28 PM
    She has a play pen with a cage and a hutch plus 3 extra floors I think it is 9ft by 6ft? Not including the extra floors , hutch and cage. She is not alone the rest of the day either. My dad works from home now so he’s always down there and I also…
  • Woah 8 months!! Loofah is checking back into the very tomorrow and will be neutered then if all okay. Just a note, I worked really hard hard to train Loofah and he seemed to learn after the last round of comments from you (about a month ago). He even stopped peeing on my bed and…
  • Agreed. This is very normal behavior between intact, unbonded rabbits and won’t change until they have been neutered. Make sure you don’t let them out together to avoid fighting (or an accidental litter, if one of them was sexed incorrectly). You also want to have a few inches of space between their cages as they…