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    Yes, I know I promised it awhile ago but it's...

    Yes, I know I promised it awhile ago but it's well on it's way to being complete... it's just I keep adding to it :) Definitely more of a book, it's up to about 150 pages :lol: I'm hoping to get it...
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    Rabbit's Habits - Anything I should add?

    Those of you that have read my book Understanding Your Rabbit's Habits, I was wondering if there is anything you think might need adding, changing or clarifying?

    I'm going to have to do a new...
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    If they have space to back away but are choosing...

    If they have space to back away but are choosing to stay in contact/interact by nudging during grooming I'd err on the "pet me more" interpretation. Rabbits will insert their heads under the chin of...
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    I prefer soil - I think it tunnels better than...

    I prefer soil - I think it tunnels better than sand - top soil is fine or just dig some up from your garden :)
  5. I would go for a secure run that way if he does...

    I would go for a secure run that way if he does decide to get brave and check them out closer they are completely secure. After that you can relax a bit and there is no reason they can't co-exist...
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    If spaying isn't an option, or until that can...

    If spaying isn't an option, or until that can happen, you need to manage the behaviour by avoiding situations that trigger the aggression. Also try to avoid rewarding the behaviour e.g. providing...
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    Wild plants are good as they are very fibrous -...

    Wild plants are good as they are very fibrous - dandelion is a good choice or blackberry (bramble) leaves. Herbs would be another option e.g. basil. Kale is fine too though, as long as you are just...
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    You could also use clear perspex over the...

    You could also use clear perspex over the wallpaper so it shows through :)
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    It is unusual to have had them together 10 months...

    It is unusual to have had them together 10 months and no babies. The gestation is around four weeks so I'd mark the last time they were together on your calendar and add five weeks and then you'll...
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    A vet check is a good idea. Smaller is fine -...

    A vet check is a good idea. Smaller is fine - rabbits come in different sizes but underweight (skinny) could mean there is an issue. Generally weight wise you want to just be able to feel the ribs so...
  11. It sounds like he knows where the hutch is if he...

    It sounds like he knows where the hutch is if he wants it and he just doesn't. I would make sure his run space has a shelter e.g. some sort of small wooden box that provides cover you could pick up a...
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    Frustration can cause aggression, but usually...

    Frustration can cause aggression, but usually it's more over something acute e.g. they are super excited as you are about to open the door/put food in the bowl/hand out treats and that excitements...
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    You won't resolve a behaviour problem in a couple...

    You won't resolve a behaviour problem in a couple of days so it will be a case of him avoiding putting himself in a position for her to attack. It's likely that the new bun has upset her confidence...
  14. So it's replies to posts not new ones...hmmm I'll...

    So it's replies to posts not new ones...hmmm I'll poke it
  15. Umm, yes, I thought I'd fixed it so anyone with...

    Umm, yes, I thought I'd fixed it so anyone with existing permission carried on as normal. Did your post turn up despite the message?
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    Average healthy rabbits (i.e. not odd extreme...

    Average healthy rabbits (i.e. not odd extreme shapes) can maintain weight on just hay/grass, so in theory they should need very little above that to put on weight. They are very efficient food...
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    I'd fill it with mud :) You just need enough to...

    I'd fill it with mud :) You just need enough to cover the grooves, it's cheap and it's very natural for toes :) Overfill and let the rabbits pat it down and remove any excess.
  18. Arthur & Pearl (Pair) & Otto (Single Male) - Wales

    Posted on behalf of: maggyrose

    I have had to come to the decision to regime my bunnies due to the fact I have suffered a slip disc last year and I can't cope with the physical aspect of looking...
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    If you've got a cat, you might have already come...

    If you've got a cat, you might have already come across it. It makes tiny ball about 3-4mm across that are 'sticky' and often get caught in dog/cat hair or trouser cuffs when walking.
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    If you post the topic in the rabbit chat section...

    If you post the topic in the rabbit chat section I will move it across for you :)
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    We have a lot of alley ways and greens behind the...

    We have a lot of alley ways and greens behind the houses here and I've found a lot of forage along them. They cut the grass regularly in summer but usually miss a lot of weeds along the fences lines....
  22. If his bloods do come back showing any issues...

    If his bloods do come back showing any issues some vets will do some dental work to the back teeth on a conscious rabbit, but not many are trained in it so it might be an extra journey to find one.
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    Aww, what a lovely photo. It really sounds like...

    Aww, what a lovely photo. It really sounds like he likes the new arrangements :D
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    Very cool! Have you made it hinged too? It is...

    Very cool! Have you made it hinged too?

    It is weird how much they like high spaces. Winston certainly looks pleased, it's great he can get up high without having to jump, it's little touches like...
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    It looks like you've got some cool raised...

    It looks like you've got some cool raised platforms already - do they like to sit on top of those? If so I expect they'd enjoy a shelf too. I'd go a minimum width that's enough that two bunnies can...
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