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Topic: rabbit
Posted By: babycheeks24
Subject: rabbit
Date Posted: July 26 2006 at 8:24pm
Any one here have a rabbit ? that would like to talk about rabbits and the care of them:) i have a beautiful netherland dwarf.

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Babycheeks



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Posted By: Kuroneko
Date Posted: August 12 2006 at 2:32am
I used to have a large albino lop years ago (until he escaped :-( ).  He was pretty easy to care for.  I just gave him rabbit pellets and water every day.  I wanted to give him carrots and lettuce and stuff, but didn't know if I should, so I never did.

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Posted By: babycheeks24
Date Posted: August 19 2006 at 12:25pm
well how sweet i love the lops but i have a netherland dwarf there so small 2ibs.. well for future reference you feed them hay ( unlimited hay) like timothy hay ( hay is the most important part of the diet for the fiber), pellets with no seeds just a plain pellet (about 1/4cup a day), and veggies (about 1 cup a day) especially dark greens ( cilantro, cucumber,mustard greens, romaine lettuce NEVER ICEBURG LETTUCE KILLER) and very very few carrots or fruit because that causes to much sugar equals fat bunny, and bad teeth. :) so if u ever get one again now u know!:) maybe ill post some pics of my bun :)

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Babycheeks


Posted By: Kuroneko
Date Posted: August 22 2006 at 8:28am
See, now I'm glad I didn't listen when other people in the house told me to feed him lettuce, since they were uncreative shoppers and only ever got iceburg :-( .
 
How are you supposed to clean a rabbit?  I know someone who had a rabbit once that when it got dirty, she tried to wash it off a bit in the sink, and it died shortly after :-( .  She didn't understand why, since she said the water was just deep enough to cover its feet, not to drown it.  I couldn't help much, since I never actually washed mine.  I figured they were like cats, and could clean themselves ^_^;;; .


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Posted By: babycheeks24
Date Posted: August 22 2006 at 9:34am
oh yeah baths not a good idea  i use baby wipes the unscented version works great and if they lick it its not toxic.:) Sorry to hear about the little bun bun but she should of really researched that before doing something like that poor rabbit the stress must of gave a heart attack there so sensitive.

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Babycheeks


Posted By: SiNfuL GirL
Date Posted: December 03 2008 at 5:21am
oh yeah new_reply_form.asp?TID=45641&PN=1&TR=5# - baths not a good idea  i use baby wipes the unscented version works great and if they lick it its not toxic.:) Sorry to hear about the little bun bun but she should of really researched that before doing something like that poor rabbit the stress must of gave a heart attack there so sensitive.

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Posted By: stevieb
Date Posted: April 25 2012 at 3:30pm
Rabbits as a pet. I guess I must live in the dark ages because I never knew people who had a rabbit for a pet. Are they playful? I'm really curious. 


Posted By: SiNfuL GirL
Date Posted: April 26 2012 at 9:44am
I had two of them and i will never own a rabbit again. As much as I loved both of mine they eat everything, carpet, cables, floor boards, everything. Honestly rabbits are not a domesticated animal imo they are cute but they dont like to be held mostly they don't get excited to see you when you come home like dogs or cats and they are high risk for bladder stones. However they are soft and funny when they binki (happily jump/twist kartwheel in mid air)

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