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Rabbit Health Guide
02-28-2012, 01:43 AM,
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Rabbit Health Guide
This rabbit reference guide is awesome- I've kept many breeds over the years, but as of now my main focus is on just three breeds, the Netherland Dwarf, the Flemish Giant and the English Lop.

This guide is a wonderful resource to have!

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03-08-2012, 04:26 PM,
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Do you keep them in the cage or left them loose in the house? My cousin is having trouble with rabbit drops on his floor. Every time she drops, she drops A LOT! Like 15+ little poop balls.


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06-07-2012, 01:18 AM,
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RE: Rabbit Health Guide
(03-08-2012, 04:26 PM)Ram8349 Wrote: Do you keep them in the cage or left them loose in the house? My cousin is having trouble with rabbit drops on his floor. Every time she drops, she drops A LOT! Like 15+ little poop balls.
The nice thing about rabbits is that they don't exactly have the mushy type of fecal matter. My rabbit is kept in a cage at night, but he's allowed to set loose in the house during the daytime. We just practically vacuum and/or sweep the floor of his waste, but it's not that bad. It also helps that rabbits don't exactly stink.
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07-06-2012, 06:44 PM,
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the rabbits are very beautiful pets. all their breeds are different and unique. most amazing thing about them is that, they it grass.
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07-09-2012, 08:55 AM, (This post was last modified: 07-09-2012, 09:00 AM by purplecapricorn.)
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I have had mini lop rabbits and loved them. Both of mine were litter boxed trained and had run of the house! The first one I had when I was a teenager (many many moons ago) and then a couple years ago, we adopted one from a local shelter.
My first one stayed in my room at night and had free access to his cage whenever he wanted to eat or drink. He thought he owned the bedroom. Anything on the floor that he thought shouldn't be there would be put under my bed. He trousered the cats as well, they weren't allowed to come into his bedroom!
The second bunny we got the same time as our tonkinese cat and they were only a few months apart in age. Those two loved each other and would chase one another around the house. unfortunately I learned the hard way that rabbits eating cat food doesn't end well. I couldn't keep the rabbit away from the cat food and he didn't live very long.
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