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    Hi guys, i'm new here and happy to find this site. it's less than one month that someone gave a cute rabbit to me. and it is my first time that i have a rabbit so i have many questions about it. my rabbit's name is "Dani" . first of all, he has 2 kinds of output.first one is black round ones and i know it is ok, but the second one made me worry somehow. i don't know it is urine or it is diarrhea. because it is not just a transparent liquid. so i show you the picture i would be happy if anyone know what it is and tell me if i should be worry about it or not. thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by zahra View Post
    Hi guys, i'm new here and happy to find this site. it's less than one month that someone gave a cute rabbit to me. and it is my first time that i have a rabbit so i have many questions about it. my rabbit's name is "Dani" . first of all, he has 2 kinds of output.first one is black round ones and i know it is ok, but the second one made me worry somehow. i don't know it is urine or it is diarrhea. because it is not just a transparent liquid. so i show you the picture i would be happy if anyone know what it is and tell me if i should be worry about it or not. thank you
    Hello, that is urine Rabbit Urine can vary greatly in appearance

    http://www.greendale.co.uk/rabbit_urinalysis.html

    Are you in the UK ? I ask as if so you will need to register Dani with a Vet and arrange to have his vaccinations done :

    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/sh...60#post7041560

    You may also want to have him neutered when he is old enough. Bucks (male Rabbits) can be neutered as soon as their testicles descend, this is usually at about 14-16 weeks but may occur sooner in some Rabbits.

    There is a lot of very useful information available about Rabbit Care on the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund's website. I'd advise you to have a good look around it

    https://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/

    I hope you will continue to post on RU
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    Phew - as JJ says, definitely urine (how clear it is & the colour can change dependant on diet).

    Welcome to the forum - feel free to ask lots of questions, its how we learn (& when it comes to bunnies there is an awful lot to learn)

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    Quote Originally Posted by zahra View Post
    Hi guys, i'm new here and happy to find this site. it's less than one month that someone gave a cute rabbit to me. and it is my first time that i have a rabbit so i have many questions about it. my rabbit's name is "Dani" . first of all, he has 2 kinds of output.first one is black round ones and i know it is ok, but the second one made me worry somehow. i don't know it is urine or it is diarrhea. because it is not just a transparent liquid. so i show you the picture i would be happy if anyone know what it is and tell me if i should be worry about it or not. thank you

    Hi there and welcome to the Forum

    What you are seeing is rabbit urine, so no worries there

    Rabbis often have a degree of sediment in their urine, due to the way they process and excrete calcium.


    There's an explanation here of why rabbit urine is cloudy:

    https://rabbit.org/health/urolith.html

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    thanks alot and about UK, no i'm not in UK. and thanks about your help and information that you gave me, i'm really happy to find this website

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    thanks alot you guys made me really happy cause i was worry about it somehow

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    thank you very much helpful answers here, thanks guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Hello, that is urine Rabbit Urine can vary greatly in appearance

    http://www.greendale.co.uk/rabbit_urinalysis.html

    Are you in the UK ? I ask as if so you will need to register Dani with a Vet and arrange to have his vaccinations done :

    http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/sh...60#post7041560

    You may also want to have him neutered when he is old enough. Bucks (male Rabbits) can be neutered as soon as their testicles descend, this is usually at about 14-16 weeks but may occur sooner in some Rabbits.

    There is a lot of very useful information available about Rabbit Care on the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund's website. I'd advise you to have a good look around it

    https://rabbitwelfare.co.uk/

    I hope you will continue to post on RU


    thanks alot and about UK, no i'm not in UK. and thanks about your help and information that you gave me, i'm really happy to find this website

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Phew - as JJ says, definitely urine (how clear it is & the colour can change dependant on diet).

    Welcome to the forum - feel free to ask lots of questions, its how we learn (& when it comes to bunnies there is an awful lot to learn)

    thanks alot you guys made me really happy cause i was worry about it somehow

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Hi there and welcome to the Forum

    What you are seeing is rabbit urine, so no worries there

    Rabbis often have a degree of sediment in their urine, due to the way they process and excrete calcium.


    There's an explanation here of why rabbit urine is cloudy:

    https://rabbit.org/health/urolith.html

    thank you very much helpful answers here, thanks guys

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