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    I would get him checked by the vet and if he’s...

    I would get him checked by the vet and if he’s ok, a snuggle safe heat pad will be better.
  2. Thread: Inky is here!

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    Goodness - Three days?! :shock: I’ve bonded...

    Goodness - Three days?! :shock:

    I’ve bonded hundreds of bunnies, I think it takes a whole lot longer than three days!
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    There is Nichole at Bunnies on Holiday in Wyke,...

    There is Nichole at Bunnies on Holiday in Wyke, she’s very nice and may do you a deal for longer stays.
  4. Thread: Eglu hutch

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    Stuff the ‘hutch’ part of the Eglu with tons of...

    Stuff the ‘hutch’ part of the Eglu with tons of straw & hay, and just clean it out every other day if they’re using it as a tray (use puppy pads and megazorb or something similar underneath) and see...
  5. Thread: Sad & angry

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    This sounds like fairly typical bonding...

    This sounds like fairly typical bonding behaviour. What about sending them to a professional bonder who is experienced so they get to have a friend in one another?
  6. Thread: Sad & angry

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    Scuffling that perhaps looks like fighting is...

    Scuffling that perhaps looks like fighting is normal in a bond, and doesnít mean they arenít compatible. Have you bonded before? It can look much worse than it is :)
  7. Thread: Sad & angry

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    Dreadful that they split the bonded pair. But the...

    Dreadful that they split the bonded pair. But the bonding method is a well known and well used technique. As long as the space isn’t so tiny they can’t move it can be an effective method.
  8. You are very lucky to have Rutland as your new...

    You are very lucky to have Rutland as your new vet. Not only is Molly there but also Sergio Silvetti - who is also amazing :)
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    From that photo I would definitely not do that...

    From that photo I would definitely not do that again, there is no bond happening there - simply terrified rabbits. If you choose to stress bond then a pet carrier is a kind option.
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    I imagine it’s the lack of rescues in your area...

    I imagine it’s the lack of rescues in your area rather than lack of rabbits. The rabbit crisis is great uk-wide :(
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    Absolutely, there is barely anyone paid in the...

    Absolutely, there is barely anyone paid in the rescue world! Just all people like me - desperately trying to juggle family and full time work…and rescue! I am good at communication, the issue is...
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    Whereabouts are you? X

    Whereabouts are you? X
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    Couldn’t agree more. This is so important x

    Couldn’t agree more. This is so important x
  14. Thread: Hay suppliers

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    Definitely hayandstraw.co.uk here. I generally...

    Definitely hayandstraw.co.uk here. I generally have 15+ ish rabbits at a time and it is the only hay I have found that all buns will consistently eat. And it’s cheap.
  15. Fab news. I’m sure the rescue will give you lots...

    Fab news. I’m sure the rescue will give you lots of advice but one important thing we ask all adopters of ours not to do is allow full range of a huge space once they get them home. This almost...
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    Many people use these as there is no step into it...

    Many people use these as there is no step into it...
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    Which rescues have reported this? :)

    Which rescues have reported this? :)
  18. Great news, So pleased she’s getting a friend....

    Great news, So pleased she’s getting a friend. She won’t be worried or wondering why she is where she is, animals live in the moment - she will just be getting on with it and enjoying her food/new...
  19. Not a tumour, her eyeball ruptured after many...

    Not a tumour, her eyeball ruptured after many years of too high pressure and nothing helping to lessen that pressure. She’s happier than ever now x
  20. Just popping on to say that I had a similar aged...

    Just popping on to say that I had a similar aged bun’s eye removed last year and she bounced back :) good luck x
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    My severe dental bun does the retching/choking...

    My severe dental bun does the retching/choking thing. Sorry I have just skim read but what diagnostics have been done, bloods/scans etc?

    ETA Oops sorry I had missed a page!
  22. Thread: Rups

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    This is so sad, but I did see him this morning on...

    This is so sad, but I did see him this morning on their Fb page. And Hannah is beyond amazing, he will have a very happy life there :love:
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    Personally I don’t see any of that as extreme. I...

    Personally I don’t see any of that as extreme. I too wish rabbits were not domesticated. I disagree with many of the practices involved in horse riding too. And of course giant breeds/rexes etc are...
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    We are back inside the consult rooms at all three...

    We are back inside the consult rooms at all three vets :)
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    I would ask for bloods as a starting point :)

    I would ask for bloods as a starting point :)
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