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  • Sounds like a tricky bond but the approach you picked is going good!! Always go with your gut!!!
  • Reply To: Rubberwood Pen - Wick 09/25/2020 04:40 PM
    Hi Sarah1! Since this is an old topic, you will probably not a get response back, so I’m going to lock this topic. I encourage you to start your own topic so active members can give their thoughts on your question. If you have any questions on how to do this, feel free to private…
  • Reply To: Rubberwood Pen - Sarah1 09/25/2020 04:38 PM
    I too am interested in knowing, did you by chance ever find out?
  • Reply To: How many pellets for young bunny? - Wick 09/25/2020 04:37 PM
    Thanks for the reply RK2020! Since this is an older thread, you might not get a response back, so I’m going to lock the topic. I welcome you to respond and post your own topics as well and actively engage with more recent threads.
  • Reply To: How many pellets for young bunny? - RK2020 09/25/2020 04:36 PM
    I have 3 months old French lop bunny. The breeder said that I should give to Romeo 2.5dl pellets for junior rabbits every day until he is 1 year old. It is 1.5 to 2.5dl/day to other bunnies too. After 1 year, the amount should be smaller. Doesn’t matter wether you give half of it…
  • Reply To: First over night was a success! - Skybun 09/25/2020 04:09 PM
    <p style=”padding-left: 40px;”>This is their final home! They were in their neutral until they were ok without supervision so I decided to try the non neutral permanent home. Maybe we can try the play area tonight or tomorrow. I just wasn’t sure if I should sleep by then tonight but I think they are good.…
  • Reply To: Brown stains on blanket - DanaNM 09/25/2020 03:50 PM
    The scent glands can get plugged up and need cleaning (pretty easy to do), or they could just actually be marking with them. If it’s just from cecotropes then you wouldn’t need to do anything.
  • Reply To: Bladder sludge?? - DanaNM 09/25/2020 03:48 PM
    You can check the front teeth at home by pulling back her lips, but the back teeth need to be checked by a vet.
  • Reply To: First over night was a success! - DanaNM 09/25/2020 03:47 PM
    Woohoo!!! Congrats!!! Of course we all want to see pictures! So technically I would prob supervise again tonight if you can. But you can trust your gut. If they just seem like the best friends ever and are totally happy with each other, they are prob fine. Moving to a new zone (especially if it’s…
  • Reply To: Brown stains on blanket - Moonlightbunny66 09/25/2020 02:27 PM
    Oh no I forgot to sniff it before I put it in the wash 😢. The next time it happens I’ll check to see what it smells like. What would it mean if it’s from the scent glands? Cecotropes? Or needs cleaning?
  • First over night was a success! - Skybun 09/25/2020 01:03 PM
    Our first over night went great! They seem to be bonded. I know the rule of thumb is 48 hours. Does that mean they need supervised tonight as well or are they good?!? When can I let them out in their play area together? After the 48 hours?
  • Reply To: How often is a rabbit supposed to poo - Jadeo09 09/25/2020 11:44 AM
    Hi Bam Thanks for that. Boo was given that originally by the local vet who wasn’t an exotic vet. The exotic vet put her on it after her dental and then Molly Varga prescribed me more of it. If there is no improvement on the domperidone I can always ask for metaclopromide. Shes had it…
  • Reply To: Bladder sludge?? - Rainn 09/25/2020 07:47 AM
    Also, I have one more concern but I dont want to make a whole new thread because I kind of come up with many new worries at once heh but how do I check Rain’s teeth properly? I tried my best because I really want to make sure theyre okay and I’m kind of panicking…
  • Reply To: Normal rabbit molt? - Bam 09/25/2020 07:46 AM
    Yes, sounds normal!
  • I have only used metoclopramide of the motility drugs you mention. It worked very well for my rabbit.
  • Reply To: I don’t know what to do! - Bam 09/25/2020 07:16 AM
    You can cut off the loose fur, but be very careful not to nick his skin. You should contact the vet again. Is it both eyes? Are the eyes red and irritated? The vet could prescribe antibiotic eye drops for starters, most commonly fucithalmic, to see if that will help. They should be able to…
  • Reply To: Flooring protectant? - DanaNM 09/25/2020 06:38 AM
    Hi! Welcome back! What kind of flooring is it? Carpet? Or wood? I’ve had the best luck with a big piece of plywood with vinyl tiles stuck on top. I ended up using these tiles that are similar to what they use in hospitals and industrial type places. Then some blankets or grass mats for…
  • Reply To: September Chat - DanaNM 09/25/2020 06:35 AM
    @Hazel I’m trying not to worry! I actually just dropped my three off with her till Monday for her to work bonding them. I don’t expect them to be fully bonded or anything, but am just hoping she can make some progress and then I can finish them up. If they aren’t showing any forward…
  • Reply To: September Pics - DanaNM 09/25/2020 06:31 AM
    Awww I love the feathered friends!
  • Reply To: 2 male Holland lop - DanaNM 09/25/2020 06:30 AM
    Very cute set-up. 🙂 But yeah it looks like they could nip noses through that fence. You can either make it double walled with a buffer of 4-6 inches, or add some smaller mesh panels (like 1/4″ hardware cloth) to prevent them from nipping each other. It also looks like the might be able to…