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    Thanks for replying - he's not hugely fluffy but...

    Thanks for replying - he's not hugely fluffy but definitely a difference between him and the doe, who is sleeker (oddly a lionhead x dutch or similar). He's more of a marshmallow. I'll keep an eye...
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    Rabbit moulting - normal time?

    Hi,

    After his GI stasis, which was preluded by losing a lot of fur, I want to see if this is about the right time for him to be moulting or not. How do you know when it's too much or a stress...
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    Thanks for the positive note! Still all the same...

    Thanks for the positive note! Still all the same with mounting here and biting in mounting (which is what I'm more worried about than just mounting). He's getting very angry with me when I separate...
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    Yes, it's above - she's been spayed for several...

    Yes, it's above - she's been spayed for several months prior to her coming here to live, thankfully. I would not put an intact female in with him as, of course, there's still hormones at play on his...
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    I feel like he needs a cold shower... Sometimes I...

    I feel like he needs a cold shower... Sometimes I can catch him honking, say "NO" and he'll stop. But he's just been mounting her IN the tunnel and the whole thing was vibrating! Came out with...
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    Neutered male humping (still!)

    He was neutered approximately 6 weeks ago now and I'm aware that there are still hormones going on there, all else is normal after his bout of being unwell. His friend is spayed and has been for...
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    Thanks for the feedback, I'm feeling a bit...

    Thanks for the feedback, I'm feeling a bit disheartened by the fact that now I've got another animal with exclusions even though I'd taken out the insurance without even having a payout. It feels...
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    Hey guys, thanks for letting me know. It would be...

    Hey guys, thanks for letting me know. It would be good to get the gut stasis removed especially as I could live with dental issues as they're a lot cheaper critters to treat than horses. I think, for...
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    Insurance question

    Hi all,

    I'm not sure if I'm being given the runaround here or not and hoped someone could shed some insight. I'm with Petplan and unfortunately the 14 day exclusion period was still in place when...
  10. A lot of people are saying bladder issues but...

    A lot of people are saying bladder issues but he's always been pretty good at "going" consistently but I will keep a close eye on that and investigate that next if it turns out not to be a...
  11. I'm fairly sure I may have read your thread on...

    I'm fairly sure I may have read your thread on this too!

    Hm, that is useful to know too, thank you. Another case of knowing the animal (though I am more used to horses). No singular right answer...
  12. Thanks to all and for the well wishes too - I've...

    Thanks to all and for the well wishes too - I've now collected him and he's no longer on the drip and has been scoffing food all day (hay, greens, herbs etc), now had a tiny amount of pellets at home...
  13. That's interesting, I didn't consider it taking...

    That's interesting, I didn't consider it taking up to two weeks (a friend had one coming through it in one week, nearing 100% now) and that's really helpful to have more information there. I've not...
  14. I'm not sure where these relate to my questions...

    I'm not sure where these relate to my questions but I'll give it a go!

    They are 8 days into the bonding process and now nice and calm. He is sitting and she is grooming him, although he's also...
  15. Gut issues / GI stasis - after the emergency?

    We've had a vile night as our boy was unwell yesterday morning (taken to emergency vet then monitored at home) and then rapidly went downhill in the evening after brightening up in the day. I was...
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    Hey, thanks for replying! My vet doesn't seem...

    Hey, thanks for replying! My vet doesn't seem 100% up to scratch (but I'm quite picky) as they didn't supply painkillers after neutering, despite me going back as he was uncomfortable and got an...
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    Eye cream for rabbits

    Hey!

    Thanks for all the help in behaviour and bonding so far. :)

    My two are still bonding but things are improving by the hour. I'm considering moving them to the office so they can have more...
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    Thank you for lending your experience and advice!...

    Thank you for lending your experience and advice! :)

    Today, there is more "we go near each other and separate after a sniff" with less mounting from the boy. He's also going to mount but then...
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    A little bonding help!

    Right - my chap has got his buddy now and he has had the fear of god put in him by this little black beauty! Far from biting and telling mum to "back off", he's been huddling near me to get near the...
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    I have found that he likes rocket though so that...

    I have found that he likes rocket though so that gets a green into him! Plus grass is going down a treat with the dandelions I find for him fresh. I think he must have had a very restricted diet...
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    Gave him the fenugreek crunches today... Put one...

    Gave him the fenugreek crunches today... Put one in his mouth, chewed it a bit, spat it out, hopped away.

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    Forgot to add he likes fresh parsley too but...

    Forgot to add he likes fresh parsley too but hates the meadow loops I found in Pets at Home! If I put them in his bowl on top of the pellets/mix bit...he throws them out.

    I have seen the fenugreek...
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    Treat ideas!

    I'm in need of some ideas as my bun, it seems, hasn't had a very varied diet before he came to me! Can anyone recommend something based on what their bunnies may go mad for, please? I need to get him...
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    Hi all! Things changed a bit where the aggression...

    Hi all! Things changed a bit where the aggression dropped completely and turned to grooming licks and nibbles... However, he was then cowering from me and hiding in the corner (I'd probably do the...
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    I forgot to say that he has unlimited access to...

    I forgot to say that he has unlimited access to quality hay - apologies! I've seen the Science Select one around so that may just be the ticket, thank you very much for all of the recommendations,...
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