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    Spring behavior

    Hi Has anyone's else bunny's routine seem to have gone out the window with Spring/moulting time/clock change My rabbit normally has a really good routine, wants lunch at the same time, evening pellets at the same time, a routine of when he's awake, sleepy etc. But lately this has all changed...
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    Rabbit Boarding North East England

    Hi Thank you both for the suggestions! I'll have a look into those and also ask my vets. I know my vets do see a lot of rabbits so maybe they know of someone.
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    Rabbit Boarding North East England

    Hi I need to find a rabbit boarder/sitter for a week for my single male, indoor free roaming bunny. I would normally leave him with my parents when I go away, but my mam has booked a family holiday! I have thought of trying to get someone to housesit, but all my friends are married with...
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    Showing no symptoms - then stops eating

    Hi It was a dental issue. The more rabbit savvy vet I switched to did a full exam and he had spurs at the back of both sides. They got him back him a few days later and filed them down and everything has been fine since. The original vets I was with didn't think they were a problem, although...
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    Showing no symptoms - then stops eating

    Thank you for all the helpful replies. I think I'll start reducing the pellets to 1 egg cup a day and review the greenery he's getting. To be honest my bank account would like me much more for it 😂 I'll see what the vets say on Friday and get them to do a thorough teeth check just to be sure...
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    Showing no symptoms - then stops eating

    He does wolf his breakfast down! Almost like he's never been fed. But he's definitely not starving cos I hear the stalky bits of hay hitting against the side of the litterbox before I get up. I guess the only potential bloating stuff he would get in the morning would be the kale or cavelo nero...
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    Showing no symptoms - then stops eating

    I discussed the pellets with the vets and they said that it was an OK amount? I know they wouldn't have them in the wild and I do try to mimic that as much as possible (the half segment of satsuma foregoing). I was tempted to start to give him the timothy hay pellets in stead of the Burgess one...
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    Showing no symptoms - then stops eating

    This past month is the first time he's ever gone of food, and I've had him around 14 month He's not currently in a moult, losing a small amount of hair when I'm brushing him. He tolerates the brushing quite well so we normally get a good session if every couple of days at the moment. I change...
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    Showing no symptoms - then stops eating

    Sorry forgot to add. As for his eyes, both are clear. The outside corner of one eye does seem to get a bit more crusty sleep, but not an excessive or worryingly amount I don't think. No runny nose, or drooling/wet chin
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    Showing no symptoms - then stops eating

    Yes he's a lionhead lop, neutered. He's had his ears checked at his 6 monthly check ups, last one was May, and they couldnt see anything. Never had sludgy wee as far as I've been able to see in his litterbox. The not eating has either been when he hasn't came out for his pellets for lunch on...
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    Showing no symptoms - then stops eating

    Hi This is a bit of a long post but puzzled as to what's going on with my bun. Free roam, approx 4 yrs old. Fully vax. So the last week of September my rabbit came out for his leafy breakfast, ate it with no problems or fussiness. He normally wake up around 12/1pm for his lunch where he gets...
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    Millet Grass Bowl

    So I bought a handmade bowl made from the stalks of dried millet grass. I got it to put his toys in, so that I didn't have anything plastic around for him to nibble on. However my bunny has taken quite a liking to chewing this bowl! I read that millet seeds can be bad for rabbits in too much...
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    Bunny won't free roam

    Thank you for the replies. I have put a few rugs down, one under the dining table, one that goes along the length of the window next to the dining table and I long one up the kitchen, but not all the floor area is covered. There is a gap at the very top of the kitchen. This could very well be...
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    Bunny won't free roam

    Hi So I've had my rabbit about 3/4 weeks now. I have in in the kitchen dining area as this is where I work from home from, and ideal starter area as there's not much he can get into. Was going to then open up the free roam area to the hallway, and then the living room but only when I'm home. My...
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    New Rescue Bunny

    I was considering basing him in my living room but didn't know if that was going to be too active for him first coming home. I want to get him free roamed eventually and I generally work from my kitchen at the dining table. My thoughts were I could initially let him free roam around my kitchen...
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    New Rescue Bunny

    Thank you for the replies. I'm a veggie myself so no cooked meats here! I have put a rug down down under his cage so he is off the hard floors. I have 1 hidey house and tunnels. I have another house being delivered. I got some of the pellets the shelter use from them and and have also bought the...
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    New Rescue Bunny

    Hi so I'm new to rabbit ownership and have rescued my first bunny from a reputable shelter near me. Unfortunately had to be rehoused as a solo. I brought him home Sunday afternoon, put him straight in his x pen with everything all set up and left him to get settled. He's in my kitchen, not a...
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