I noticed when I opened a new bag of the Burgess Excel (green packet) a couple of weeks ago that the pellet size was different.
Over the last week or so, our house rabbit (Gerrard) has become a lot less excited about them (he gets very excited about all of his food) and then on Monday night he refused to eat his pellets. However, he seemed fine and was eating plenty of veg and lots of hay.
The situation was still the same last night (he had left most of his morning pellets) so I tried a different pack of pellets and also a few of the free sample of some pellets the vet suggested. Gerrard did in the end decide to eat the pellets I gave him but then this morning wasn't interested in them but continued to ask for food even though he had plenty of hay and had eaten lots of veg.
I remember a few years ago this happened but was resolved by buying a different packet of pellets with a different best before date and when I complained to Burgess they did analyse the pellets and sent lots of vouchers.
The vet nurse didn't seem to think it was worth stressing him out and carting him to the vet for an inspection as he is eating plenty of other stuff.
What should I do if this continues? The pellets are definately different so is it worth trying another feed? Gerrard has had a teeth inspection and MOT within the last month and all was fine and he seems himself other than this issue.