I am not an expert on wild rabbits, only domesticated rabbits. I can answer questions regarding habitats, behavior, diet, health, pairing/bonding - pretty much anything having to do with owning a rabbit.
I've owned indoor rabbits for the last 10 years. During that time I've gained experience in areas like bonding exercises, understanding behavior, warning signs of sick bunnies, how to handle more serious illnesses (GI stasis, abscesses, eye problems, etc.) and more. It's rare that I come across an inquiry that I do not already know the answer to.
House Rabbit Society, supporter of local rabbit rescues
Personal experience beats the pants off of a degree, in my opinion.
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Hello Katie! I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble and I'll do my best to help. It sounds like there may be some issues with deciding who's the head bun in charge. Is Violet fixed as well? Have
Syd, I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble. I'll do my best to help. It's possible he's being territorial. Try reducing his space for a while and let him get a chance to understand he has control
Wai, A mamma bunny will feed twice a day, so it's possible you won't ever see her feed. If you're still concerned, you can feed them using KMR - a kitten milk replacement found at most pet stores -
Jupiter, Thanks for taking on this new bun, and it sounds like you're doing a great job. I would avoid letting Casper use the litter box for the very reasons you mention - if he ingests it, it will
Good morning Mary! The best way to get things moving is definitely hay. It seems your bun is being picky about what you've provided. If you can, try another brand of Timothy hay. You can reach out to
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