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I have a year old mixed breed rabbit named Zoey, who used to be bonded to her sister. Sadly, her sister passed away and (since, Zoey has been declared
I have a 9 month old dwarf rabbit (Peanut) who was split up from his brother due to them fighting when they reached maturity. Peanut's brother went to
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I was hoping someone could offer me a little advice to help with my rabbit bonding... I have 2 male dwarf lops, both around 7 months. These were my sisters
My family got our first bunny, a Holland Lop Broken Chocolate Buck last spring, he is currently 9 months old. We wanted him to have a companion,
I have a pet rabbit of about 4-5 months, living with me in Italy, city Milano. Several weeks ago my rabbit stopped pooping well: she did it little
I was told my lion head mix was a male so I didn't separate him from my other two males. Then I saw 'him' nesting last Thursday and found out she's female!
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My son has just got his first own pet (a mini lop rabbit). For the first 4 days he had plenty of hay and water and I was told to give him green veg and
Our house rabbit has picked up fleas from our cats. They do not share any common spaces but somehow she picked them up. Her coat is very dense.
Our bun has the snuffles for the second time in less than a month! The vet has reissued the meds, and Bun has now been taking them for 24 hours. He
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