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    As Tonibun says, rabbits need a defined day /...

    As Tonibun says, rabbits need a defined day / night cycle - adding permanently 'on' lights would disrupt their natural cycles.

    The rabbits would probably be able to reach up to them and chew them...
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    Big, heavy ceramic dog bowl. You can always put a...

    Big, heavy ceramic dog bowl. You can always put a smaller bowl inside it. I also use large plastic plant pot saucers underneath water bowl that may get tipped up or splashed in - saves on puppy pads.
  3. Thread: So im bonding

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    Sit tight and keep everything crossed. Be...

    Sit tight and keep everything crossed.
    Be prepared to throw in some more hay / food as a distraction.
    Wine is good, but you must still be able to stand up without wobbling, and only see 2 rabbits,...
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    It depends on when she was spayed. If it was in...

    It depends on when she was spayed. If it was in the last few weeks, she needs more time to be less hormonal. Spring fever may also make the process a bit longer, as bunnies can still get friskier...
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    It all sounds promising. He sounds to be much...

    It all sounds promising. He sounds to be much happier in himself, and the ear infection will hopefully soon be under control as well. I'm so pleased to hear of a positive outcome.
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    This would be my first thought as well. They...

    This would be my first thought as well. They can't get away from each other, so anything can set them off. Fur pulling is fairly normal in a new bond - so keep an eye on them. Be prepared to separate...
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    Are you sure it's a male and female? How long...

    Are you sure it's a male and female? How long have they been together?
    Are they both neutered?
    How much space do they have at the moment?

    There could be many reasons for this behaviour - trying...
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    I normally do them weekly - unless they are...

    I normally do them weekly - unless they are having a big moult, in which case it's twice weekly.

    It depends on what their fur is like, indoors or outdoors, moulting, what you use to groom them,...
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    I've been tempted to use one myself recently. Thy...

    I've been tempted to use one myself recently. Thy are so versatile and virtually indestructable.
    Daughter bought one for herself instead of a hot water bottle - she took it to Uni.
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    I use snugglesafe heat pads outside - the guinea...

    I use snugglesafe heat pads outside - the guinea pigs currently have 2 under a pile of hay. They are usually not quite cold in the morning (9am) from bedtime (6pm ish). Putting 2 together makes them...
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    Ok - so we have personal recommendations for...

    Ok - so we have personal recommendations for Alice at Windwhistle, and the RSPCA at Llys Nini near Swansea is 'very good wth rabbits'.

    https://www.facebook.com/windwhistlewarren/...
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    What is the rabbit like?? Just in case my...

    What is the rabbit like??
    Just in case my daughter in Cardiff is looking.....

    PS
    She says there is the RSPCA at Merthyr Tydfil, Socelex Sanctuary for Injured Animals, Kate's Small Animal Rescue...
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    There's Windwhistle Rabbit Rescue.

    There's Windwhistle Rabbit Rescue.
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    As well as antibiotics to fight the infection,...

    As well as antibiotics to fight the infection, you can get mucolytics from your vet to thin the gunk and make it easier for her to breathe. Bisolvon is a powder that comes in sachets. Sprinkle a...
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    I don't like unfinished wood for animal housing,...

    I don't like unfinished wood for animal housing, precisely because it absorbs urine and can't be cleaned properlylo1ik. In the case of rabbits, there is the added risk of EC contamination /...
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    You could paint the wood (any leftover household...

    You could paint the wood (any leftover household or shed paint, a couple of coats). Then use some offcuts of lino on top, with a bit of an overlap up the sides. It's much easier to wipe down daily,...
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    Get her a friend? They will be distracted by each...

    Get her a friend? They will be distracted by each other, and hopefully there will be less of the unwanted behaviour.
    How old is she?
    Is she neutered? Both should have been neutered for several...
  18. So sorry. :cry:

    So sorry. :cry:
  19. Puppy pads are fine if they don't rip them up /...

    Puppy pads are fine if they don't rip them up / eat them. You can put towels or vetbed etc on top so the floor is protected
  20. Sending lots of virtual hugs.

    Sending lots of virtual hugs.
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    Mine had the triple recently. The separate ones...

    Mine had the triple recently. The separate ones were due a month apart. No issues at all, and one less trip.
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    So sorry

    So sorry
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    Metacam is a POM - you need to discuss the dose...

    Metacam is a POM - you need to discuss the dose with your vet before you change it. It is often used for arthritis as it provides pain relief and is an anti-inflammatory. 5ml seems like a lot - are...
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    Fighting a chest infection is hard work. I'm glad...

    Fighting a chest infection is hard work. I'm glad he's doing better now.
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    It does sound like she needs to be checked over...

    It does sound like she needs to be checked over by a vet fairly urgently. Rabbits shouldn't be limping or making a constant noise, and any change in behaviour needs investigating. It's always best...
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