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    My bun is hopefully having his teeth done next Wednesday if he is strong enough, do you think it would be a good idea to buy a sample of 3 hays from hay-and-straw.co.uk to get him some really nice hay to tempt him to eat?

    He's currently not eating hay, only grass, as he refuses hay, we think because of his teeth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponymad21 View Post
    My bun is hopefully having his teeth done next Wednesday if he is strong enough, do you think it would be a good idea to buy a sample of 3 hays from hay-and-straw.co.uk to get him some really nice hay to tempt him to eat?

    He's currently not eating hay, only grass, as he refuses hay, we think because of his teeth.
    Definitely a good idea. Its good he continues to eat grass. Many vibes for his dental on Wed'

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Definitely a good idea. Its good he continues to eat grass. Many vibes for his dental on Wed'
    Thank you! We didn't want to do it this week as it was only Thursday when he had an anaesthetic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponymad21 View Post
    My bun is hopefully having his teeth done next Wednesday if he is strong enough, do you think it would be a good idea to buy a sample of 3 hays from hay-and-straw.co.uk to get him some really nice hay to tempt him to eat?

    He's currently not eating hay, only grass, as he refuses hay, we think because of his teeth.

    Grass is as good as hay

    I hope appreciates all the wonderful love and care you're giving him

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Grass is as good as hay

    I hope appreciates all the wonderful love and care you're giving him
    Yep! And he loves it! We're going to run out of grass in the garden soon and there's so many wild rabbit/roads/sprays on the fields I don't want to forage for any

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    The hay experts do 6 sample bags for 4.99

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