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    I agree with this. I also have two free roam...

    I agree with this. I also have two free roam house bunnies who donít go outside (mainly because one is extremely fearful and our garden is not secure anyways). But honestly they donít miss out on...
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    Yes I have heard of this, but I feel like they...

    Yes I have heard of this, but I feel like they would have shown signs of being allergic sooner as they are almost 2 and just over 2 years old. I think it could have been the dust though.
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    Just a little update (at almost 2am haha). Over...

    Just a little update (at almost 2am haha). Over the afternoon/evening male bunny seemed to get worse (sneezing a lot more) so we ended up taking both bunnies to the emergency vet. Both were checked...
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    This is really interesting, thank you for...

    This is really interesting, thank you for sharing! Yes my rabbits are everything to me so I can always tell when something is up. My rabbit of 13 years never experienced a case of snuffles at all and...
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    Thanks for the help. I will ask the vet tomorrow....

    Thanks for the help. I will ask the vet tomorrow. As for the signs of progression, I donít think that they have shown any of these signs other than scratching ears more (male is a lop and so is prone...
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    Yes I agree as my female is stasis prone and I...

    Yes I agree as my female is stasis prone and I know antibiotics can mess with the gut bacteria leading to stasis. Do you know of any good probiotics? Iím going to ask the vet tomorrow, if they do...
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    Sorry I forgot to reply to this. Yes it is Small...

    Sorry I forgot to reply to this. Yes it is Small Pet Select 2nd Cutting which we have found to be fairly dusty (especially nearer to the bottom of the box which is what we are using currently), so it...
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    Iíve just got off the phone from the vets (after...

    Iíve just got off the phone from the vets (after waiting 4 hours for the vet to actually give me a call back). I explained the situation and she seemed very dismissive and quite rude (I understand...
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    Thanks for the help again. Neither rabbits have...

    Thanks for the help again. Neither rabbits have sneezed since (touch wood). The discharge was white but it was also tiny (3 tiny dots not much bigger than a needle in width). It wasnít even a quarter...
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    Sneezing update

    Re my last post.

    My male (not the bunny who has been sneezing with no discharge on and off for the last week) has just sneezed with a small amount of white discharge, so Iím assuming he has got...
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    Yes I hoover daily as they are moulting a lot at...

    Yes I hoover daily as they are moulting a lot at the moment. And no Iím not using any body sprays currently other than deodorant (not spray either) which I have always used and I keep it away from...
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    Thanks for replying, and no I donít have any air...

    Thanks for replying, and no I donít have any air fresheners or cleaning products which could cause irritation. And no I havenít used a steam carpet cleaner, I might look into this if things donít...
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    Sneezing - no discharge

    This could be a long post so hear me out.

    I have two cage free house rabbits who live mainly in the kitchen in their set up (on a rug and some blankets - will become relevant later) but also...
  14. In my experience, yes, two females is considered...

    In my experience, yes, two females is considered a more Ďdifficultí type of bond than male/female, however thatís not to say it canít work, and volunteering at a rescue Iíve seen lots of cases of...
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    Whilst he could be frustrated and wanting out of...

    Whilst he could be frustrated and wanting out of the cage as Iíve found many rabbits do (why indoor free roaming a rabbit is the ideal for most imo), but I understand this isnít always possible, and...
  16. I didnít use it for too long as like I said, my...

    I didnít use it for too long as like I said, my bunny tried to eat it. It seemed quite absorbent (possibly not as much as wood pellets but good overall), and didnít stick to fur in the time we used...
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    I agree with Zoobec, hay should be around 80% of...

    I agree with Zoobec, hay should be around 80% of a rabbitís diet. However, Iíve found spring greens, romaine lettuce (never give iceberg varieties to rabbits), kale (in small amounts) and herbs such...
  18. Great, thank you. I am having a look at HayBox.

    Great, thank you. I am having a look at HayBox.
  19. This was helpful, thank you.

    This was helpful, thank you.
  20. Iíve had a look at HayBox and it seems good...

    Iíve had a look at HayBox and it seems good value, so I might look at ordering something. How would you say it is for dust? Do you know how it compares to other suppliers like SmallPetSelect?...
  21. Iíve used carefresh natural pet bedding before...

    Iíve used carefresh natural pet bedding before which is very soft, but I found it was pretty expensive and my rabbits tried to eat it, so that could be a good option if your rabbit doesnít want to...
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    Iíd honestly just say use blankets, providing...

    Iíd honestly just say use blankets, providing your rabbits are litter trained and wonít chew them (ingesting blankets and other materials can lead to stasis if not monitored) so definitely depends on...
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    Maybe try a few different types of hay. Iíve...

    Maybe try a few different types of hay. Iíve heard oat hay can be good for keeping on weight in older rabbits as it is slightly higher in sugar content than other hays.
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    Iím glad to hear you are re-homing most of the...

    Iím glad to hear you are re-homing most of the babies, as others have mentioned, 11 bunnies is a lot to handle and they require much space and attention. However, Iím just going to pick up on a few...
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    I agree with this. Also make sure that she eats...

    I agree with this. Also make sure that she eats as much hay as possible (offer different types if you have them to keep her interested). This should hopefully help to push things through the gut and...
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