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03-15-2014 03:39 PM
selzer Some crazy stuff you might not even consider can be poisonous. The Mulch sold at WalMart for example has cocoa in it. And it can sicken animals.

Could you have a new spider or snake or something taking up residence?

I hope you can figure it out quickly. How sad that two of your critters are lost and a third is sick.
03-15-2014 01:29 PM
RubyTuesday The most common reason dogs are poisoned is incessant barking, usually involving some poor backyard dog who's bored & lonely. Rabbits aren't nuisance barkers & really don't frighten or annoy neighbors so it's unlikely they were deliberately poisoned.
03-15-2014 12:54 PM
Safzola
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Originally Posted by sparra View Post
Rabbits are notorious for dying suddenly.....honestly there are many reasons as to why a rabbit will die and it is not surprising that the other died shortly after.....sounds more like illness to me ......poison would have killed them simultaneously......disease......one gets it then a few hours later the other.
I would put it down to coinsidence that your dog was unwell...
So sorry about your bunnies .......but I wouldn't be getting too worried about someone poisoning them.
thanks i do feel a little better,
03-13-2014 07:06 AM
sparra Rabbits are notorious for dying suddenly.....honestly there are many reasons as to why a rabbit will die and it is not surprising that the other died shortly after.....sounds more like illness to me ......poison would have killed them simultaneously......disease......one gets it then a few hours later the other.
I would put it down to coinsidence that your dog was unwell...
So sorry about your bunnies .......but I wouldn't be getting too worried about someone poisoning them.
03-13-2014 05:31 AM
Safzola
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Have you had the drinking water tested? Sorry about your losses.
our water was tested not that long ago so i can rule that out ...... im really worried
03-13-2014 05:30 AM
Safzola
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Poison is my first thought also. Had a client who's Boston was poisoned by his idiot neighbor throwing gopher bait over his fence!!
omg thats terrible the evil b######
03-12-2014 11:02 AM
Chip18 Poison is my first thought also. Had a client who's Boston was poisoned by his idiot neighbor throwing gopher bait over his fence!!
03-12-2014 10:28 AM
onyx'girl Have you had the drinking water tested? Sorry about your losses.
03-12-2014 10:18 AM
Safzola
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First, I am sorry for thinking Zola was a rabbit. I haven't caught up with the time change.

Seeds do blow in or are dropped by birds. New plants constantly pop up. Herbicides or pesticides could have inadvertently come from someone elses' property. Is there any reason you can think of that someone would do this intentionally? Does your property encompass a large area and would anyone have access to it? Most stories I hear of someone poisoning a dog involve throwing poison meat over the fence. It is odd and scary. I wish you knew what happened.

Very glad that Zola is better.
hi there yes zola is a gsd nearly 2yrs ......... she was brought up with the bunnies and so was my little boys, they dont even no there rabbits are dead yet.im so sad as they were spoilt lovely fluffy lionhead rabbits strange without them. im still worried for zola though as she consumes anything
03-12-2014 08:30 AM
Blitzkrieg1 Rabbits can easily develope stomach blockages from bad feed or numerous other sources. This is a common cause of death. I lost several to this and also the snuffles when I used to breed way back when.
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