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    You could put a thick bed of hay down so it won't...

    You could put a thick bed of hay down so it won't matter if it is eaten. Do they eat hay?
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    Is it Timothy Hay?

    Is it Timothy Hay?
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    Going off the side photo he looks like a Dwarf...

    Going off the side photo he looks like a Dwarf Lop.
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    Hello and welcome back.:)

    Hello and welcome back.:)
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    It is good that you are being very thorough. I...

    It is good that you are being very thorough. I have thought of a couple of things, do you hoover/vacuum the room when she is in it, or use any body sprays. I know beds create a bit of dust...
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    Glad he is still safe! :love:

    Glad he is still safe! :love:
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    Hello and welcome!:wave:

    Hello and welcome!:wave:
  8. Thread: Poopy bum!

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    As he was healthy on his original diet I would go...

    As he was healthy on his original diet I would go back to that, ie up his Pellet intake a little bit.
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    :love::love::love:

    :love::love::love:
  10. Thread: Poop question

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    Are they moulting as this can upset their poohs?

    Are they moulting as this can upset their poohs?
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    The photos aren't working. There are guidelines...

    The photos aren't working. There are guidelines in the Help to Use the Forum. Mounting is normal so he will do that whenever you put them together until they settle down. Even when she is...
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    So sad :cry:

    So sad :cry:
  13. Thread: Eating poop...

    by tonibun
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    Sounds like you are going to be kept busy with...

    Sounds like you are going to be kept busy with your new bunny. Can you pick him some grass until he settles in and hopefully starts to eat some hay? I expect if he was living in dirty...
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    Mine do exactly the same! It's quite hot here...

    Mine do exactly the same! It's quite hot here today, I am so glad the house stays fairly cool.
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    Mine are enjoying the sunshine especially early...

    Mine are enjoying the sunshine especially early morning. When it gets warmer they just lie around. A few are moulting and I could smell a fox outside the gate this morning.
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    I would make sure you know what sex they are then...

    I would make sure you know what sex they are then you can decide on when they can be neutered. If they fight before neutering this could make it more difficult to bond them so I would keep them...
  17. Thread: rabbit veggies

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    I tend to stick to Spring Greens but they also...

    I tend to stick to Spring Greens but they also have Cauliflower stalk, Cabbage and a small piece of Carrot (treat).
  18. Thread: rabbit weight

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    A healthy diet consists of about 1 tbsp pellets,...

    A healthy diet consists of about 1 tbsp pellets, a small amount of herbs or veg, and a large amount of hay. If a rabbit is not doing good with this regime then he may have an underlying health...
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    Do you give him a nice lot of hay as rabbits are...

    Do you give him a nice lot of hay as rabbits are grazing animals and need to spend a lot of time munching on hay/grass.
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    Lots of folk recommend Haybox. I get mine from...

    Lots of folk recommend Haybox. I get mine from a farm. Also I have heard that B&M hay is good, also The Range have so scrummy hays with Marigold etc mixed in. What bunny could resist? :)
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    Glad Bertie is feeling better! :thumb:

    Glad Bertie is feeling better! :thumb:
  22. Most of us do put hay in the litter tray as they...

    Most of us do put hay in the litter tray as they like to eat while doing their toilet.
  23. Thread: New Bunny

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    Hello and welcome. Perhaps at 8 weeks old he...

    Hello and welcome. Perhaps at 8 weeks old he is missing Mum and siblings and he possibly felt more in tune with your Daughter, being young. I would just carry on as you are and when he is old...
  24. I am so pleased Biscuit is feeling much better....

    I am so pleased Biscuit is feeling much better. :love:
  25. A bed of deep hay is one of the best substrates...

    A bed of deep hay is one of the best substrates you can use. Also fleeces and Vetbed
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