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    I like the idea of donating back to the rescue on...

    I like the idea of donating back to the rescue on their birthdays.
  2. Mulberry agrees and does a double take at the...

    Mulberry agrees and does a double take at the pic. It must be a white bunny thing...nothing at all to do with eating too much...:lol:
  3. Hay is pretty dry, so she may be drinking more...

    Hay is pretty dry, so she may be drinking more water to balance out all the hay she is eating. It sounds like she is doing an excellent job with the hay. If her water consumption is consistent, I...
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    Sounds like a fabulous set up. Rabbits soon learn...

    Sounds like a fabulous set up. Rabbits soon learn to use stairs, so that won't be an issue. You can get them used to it by putting a pellet of food on each step to encourage them.

    You could still...
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    Follow your gut instinct. If you thing there is...

    Follow your gut instinct. If you thing there is something wrong with your rabbit, there probably is. Rabbits are prey animals and hide any symptoms really well. If you are picking up abnormal...
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    I would also go straight to the referral. You...

    I would also go straight to the referral. You need someone who is confident with guinea pig anaesthesia. As you have an excellent option, go for it.
    I appreciate it when a vet knows the limit of...
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    I would take them both the a vet to get them...

    I would take them both the a vet to get them accurately sexed. You could even have 2 boys. Either way, they will need neutering before they get too mature and you can get advice on this from the vet....
  8. Blackberry and bramble are the same thing. They...

    Blackberry and bramble are the same thing. They have fruit like black raspberries, and spikey stems and leaf veins - although you can get domesticated thornless ones. They are climbing / creeping...
  9. Thread: Which pellets?

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    Personally, I wouldn't use muesli at all. Pellets...

    Personally, I wouldn't use muesli at all. Pellets should form quite a small part of the diet anyway, and the bunnies are used to a variety of brands. Pick a couple of small bags and see how it goes....
  10. Thread: Which pellets?

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    Supreme Science Selective pellets are widely...

    Supreme Science Selective pellets are widely available and liked by bunnies. They are easy to hand feed as well as they are extruded.
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    Everything you've mentioned is OK. Even lettuce...

    Everything you've mentioned is OK. Even lettuce in moderation. I give most of my kitchen veg scraps to either the bunnies or the guinea pigs.

    No garlic or onions of any type (eg Spring onions)....
  12. I'm a bit jealous. He looks very relaxed. :love:

    I'm a bit jealous. He looks very relaxed. :love:
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    Assuming both bunnies have been neutered for some...

    Assuming both bunnies have been neutered for some time (at least a couple of months) and are on neutral territory, some fur pulling and a bit of chasing is normal. Anything that draws blood has gone...
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    Unusual lopping usually indicates the start of...

    Unusual lopping usually indicates the start of something. Could be anything. The last one of mine that did this had EC and started dragging her back legs a bit a week or two later, but the ears went...
  15. Thread: Microchipping

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    I have one that has been chipped - probably via...

    I have one that has been chipped - probably via P@H (he's been to a few places before here, so I can't be certain), so not under GA.
    I've never had one chipped at my vet as I didn't see the need,...
  16. Thread: Asda Dill

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    It won't be suitable for rabbits if it has been...

    It won't be suitable for rabbits if it has been frozen. Most herbs go a bit mushy once defrosted, but would be OK for cooking with.
  17. Thread: Lou-lou

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    They will still be quite hormonal, probably for...

    They will still be quite hormonal, probably for at least another couple of months. I would give them a lot more time and keep their space the same for at least another month before you increase the...
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    You may get issues with the 2 unspayed girls when...

    You may get issues with the 2 unspayed girls when the young one matures in a couple of months (maybe less). The boy will also still be hormonal and may still be fertile, so I would not attempt to...
  19. Thread: Roger Bodger

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    So sorry. Binky free Roger

    So sorry. Binky free Roger
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    Mine went for a 3 mile pre-wash as they needed a...

    Mine went for a 3 mile pre-wash as they needed a bath anyway. It was so quiet out that they even had a run - which is usually a well planned event due to the speed they can go and the distance they...
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    Welcome back. I've had a few bunnies from...

    Welcome back.

    I've had a few bunnies from Windwhistle Warren. They are always really good hay eaters and put my others to shame.
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    As BattleKat said - you need to leave them to...

    As BattleKat said - you need to leave them to sort things out between themselves. They can't bond if they never actually meet or you are always holding one of them - it may make a successful bond...
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    It looks like a really good idea, although he may...

    It looks like a really good idea, although he may chew the curtains. It is a useful space for a large litter tray and hay.
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    It looks like there is a small animal one and a...

    It looks like there is a small animal one and a new honey one.

    As an aside, I use the evening primrose one for the dogs as I love the smell and I buy it by the gallon as the little bottles only...
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    If you are going to buy some anyway, I would get...

    If you are going to buy some anyway, I would get an animal shampoo. Use it diluted rather than squirt it on the fur. It will do a better job and be easier to rinse out.
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