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    Build someting self supporting out of timber

    Build someting self supporting out of timber
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    You'll need some mesh fencing, at least 4ft tall....

    You'll need some mesh fencing, at least 4ft tall. The trouble is finding it with the small holes required, most of the stuff in DIY shops has holes that rabbits can squeeze through, so you'll...
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    I would recommend keeping a schedule. Pick him up...

    I would recommend keeping a schedule. Pick him up at the same time every day, during a quiet time. And when you put him back down, give him a treat. If it's predictable they sometimes cope better.
  4. You can't. Wild rabbits die, very young. The...

    You can't. Wild rabbits die, very young.
    The only way to keep them safe is in your garden.
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    Rabbits generally cope very well with staircases,...

    Rabbits generally cope very well with staircases, if they can see well.
    If they are lop eared, you should supervise them to begin with. Tried to adopt a lop eared rabbit to partner one of the girls,...
  6. Thread: Snuggle safe

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    Are they licking the plastic bit or the fabric...

    Are they licking the plastic bit or the fabric cover?

    What was happening at the time? Were you stroking them, or were they licking each other?
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    o_O

    o_O
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    Rabbits will not wear socks or shoes, they will...

    Rabbits will not wear socks or shoes, they will get freaked out by them and chew them off straight away.

    Why do you want to go on walks with your rabbit? This is not a good idea for most rabbits....
  9. Can't believe they'd let her out into the wild...

    Can't believe they'd let her out into the wild o_O
    Why can't they just make their garden a permanent safe home
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    Not eating so keenly is definitely reason to go...

    Not eating so keenly is definitely reason to go to the vets
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    They can chew it, certainly. They are very...

    They can chew it, certainly. They are very unlikely to eat it.
    You might find it works. I've used PVC cornering to stop bunnies chewing the edges around the window.
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    Yes, if he is doing that more than once, it is...

    Yes, if he is doing that more than once, it is certainly something that you need to get checked out at the vets.
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    How long has he been on the hay only diet? I...

    How long has he been on the hay only diet?
    I guess you have tried some pre/pro-biotics like fibreplex
  14. Thread: Dog and rabbit

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    Honestly, I wouldn't. They don't speak the same...

    Honestly, I wouldn't. They don't speak the same language. A playful dog can really upset or injur a rabbit without meaning to
  15. Sorry about blossom. What a pretty girl

    Sorry about blossom. What a pretty girl
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    thank you all

    thank you all
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    Thanks for all your replies. She had a mass,...

    Thanks for all your replies. She had a mass, probably a tumour, deteriorated quickly before an operation could be arranged, and was put down yesterday.
  18. If the vet practice is a member of RWAF then they...

    If the vet practice is a member of RWAF then they are entitled to contact Richard Saunders through the RWAF for advice
  19. Sounds like you need to see the vet. I wouldn't...

    Sounds like you need to see the vet. I wouldn't worry too much about ear temperatures though, it's only the body temperature that matters.
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    Yes, looks like a bit of a bite. Keep an eye on...

    Yes, looks like a bit of a bite. Keep an eye on it to make sure it stays clean. Don't let him get it dirty. Keep a close eye on them to make sure they're not fighting
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    I use freezer blocks and put them inside an old...

    I use freezer blocks and put them inside an old sock, double wrapped. They find it less scary than a water bottle, which often makes noises as it defrosts. Plus the old socks probably smell like me...
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    Yes, there are many different types. You can...

    Yes, there are many different types.

    You can get CCTV cameras, but they need power and they need to be connected to something.

    You can get rechargable IP cameras, but they are quite expensive....
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    Lots of people buy F-F pairs, thinking it's...

    Lots of people buy F-F pairs, thinking it's easier than getting any neutered.
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    Better to keep the kit feeding from mum. Good...

    Better to keep the kit feeding from mum.

    Good luck
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    I've had rabbits taking meloxicam and sulfatrim...

    I've had rabbits taking meloxicam and sulfatrim at the same time, the knowledgeable vets never said to stop using it.

    Meloxicam/metacam is an anti-inflamatory, like ibuprofen or aspirin. I am no...
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