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Got Peebo a dehydrated rabbit ear today at the pet store.
It seemed a little morbid the fur is still on them but I gave it to him and he loved it!
Does anyone give these as treats? and is fur bad for his stomach?

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I have such a weak stomach, and Honey never gets treats like that!
Mchi's your pics always look so crisp and clear, what type of camera do you have?
 

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I shouldn't think the fur should cause problems, I fed Zoey & Ziva Mice the other day and haven't had any problems with them. Rabbit ears are on my list of things to get for my girls to chew on.
 

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I saw they had rabbit ears on zooplus, but owning 7 rabbits myself i'd probably feel a bit guilty feeding them. I would love to buy them but the thought of it puts me off lol

Looks like your lot enjoyed them though :)
 

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I want some with fur on but they don't don't do them here

I fed a chick a while back with feathers and all there were no feathers in the poo
 

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I'm on a mission to find furry ones in the uk have emailed a rabbit supplier and asked!! Paws crossed!!
 

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Rabbit ears are one of Brody's most FAVORITE treats. He LOVES them. :) And no, no furry poop, it all gets digested. :)
 
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