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    Default Spring fever on Steroids!

    Billy and Poppy have been in boarding for a few nights, and got home yesterday. As soon as he'd recovered from the car journey, Billy started humping Poppy and we were pulling him off her every 5 minutes. In the night, we eventually decided to shut them in different rooms, because Poppy wasn't getting any rest (and neither were we). I think I'll have to keep them apart while we're at work today too...

    Is there anything I can do to stop it? I hope it's just because she smells a bit like the boarding place, but is it a potential sign of illness? Both ate, pood and drank well last night.

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    Ours were quite humpy when they came back from boarding because they were overexcited about being back in their familiar space, but it wasn't that bad! Can't offer any decent advice, but best of luck getting it sorted!
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    Quote Originally Posted by keletkezes View Post
    Ours were quite humpy when they came back from boarding because they were overexcited about being back in their familiar space, but it wasn't that bad! Can't offer any decent advice, but best of luck getting it sorted!
    Oh, this could be part of it. He was quite pleased to be home...

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    Quote Originally Posted by keletkezes View Post
    Ours were quite humpy when they came back from boarding because they were overexcited about being back in their familiar space, but it wasn't that bad! Can't offer any decent advice, but best of luck getting it sorted!

    I agree - it's usually over excitement at being home again.

    I hope you don't have to keep them separated for too long MiniC

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    That's a relief! I was getting quite worried this was a big dominance play that meant she was ill, or she smelled funny.

    It's good news he likes his home so much though

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniC View Post
    That's a relief! I was getting quite worried this was a big dominance play that meant she was ill, or she smelled funny.

    It's good news he likes his home so much though


    Nooo! Home is best

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    He's still at it, poor Poppy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniC View Post
    He's still at it, poor Poppy.

    Poor Poppy indeed!

    Hopefully it will settle soon ...... Rampant Rabbit!

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    I seem to remember someone posted about using Bach's rescue remedy to calm their buns - might be worth looking into?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Britannia View Post
    I seem to remember someone posted about using Bach's rescue remedy to calm their buns - might be worth looking into?
    Actually, I do have some pet remedy - I'll dig that out. He's still got the bug!

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