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[ KEEP YOUR HOME BEAUTIFUL ] You’re not alone. Dogs, Cats, Birds, Rabbits and other pets can cause damage to your home. Unsightly scratch marks, home repairs and lost deposits can be expensive. Now there is a low cost solution to help protect surfaces from sharp nails, slobber, scratching and clawing.[ INSTALLS IN 2 SECONDS } Simply remove the protective liner from one side of the protection tape. Apply your pet protection tape to the desired area and gently press out any bubbles that may be present to ensure a transparent and smooth finish. Each roll has 4in x 10ft of protection.[ SAFE AND RECYCLABLE ] Made from high quality and recyclable products to protect pet paws from injury. Persistent scratching and clawing can result in Splinters and Paint chips that cause irritation and infection to dog and cat paws and nails. Keep you pets safe where and when needed. Easily cut to size and wipe clean with a damp cloth to revitalize clean fresh look.[ MADE IN USA ] We feel it’s important to support U.S. workers and businesses. Quality manufacturing and QA testing is done to ensure the best stability and reliability of each roll of CLAWGUARD Protection Tape. Clear, waterproof, and slobber proof. Made 100% in the USA.[ APPLICATIONS ] Doors, door frame, window sill, chair legs, furniture, vinyl flooring, baseboards, inside car door, glass and more. Use caution and test in small area before applying to larger area. Do not use on frayed, antique, ripped, weathered or compromised leather.[ INCLUDES ] 1 Roll of protection barrier tape, 1 Protection Tape holder, Each roll 4 in x 10 ft.[ CLEAR AND STRONG ] Designed with quality to protect against sharp nails from scratching, clawing and damage caused by the biggest (and smallest) dog, cat, bird, rabbit or other pet. We combined crystal clear, high tech plastic with a customized adhesive to produce a tough and tested barrier designed to match any decor to keep your home interior clean and beautiful. No sticky residue!

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u/DinkaAnimalLover · 6 pointsr/Rabbits

I think you have a great relationship with her actually! She clearly trusts you and loves you - running to you, nudging, LICKING are all significant signs of bunny trust and love.

However bunnies are hyper and energetic and they don't usually sit around for a long time cuddling. It's normal for them to run up and demand pets from you, then go run around then come again and so on... They like to be pet and cuddled by only on their terms and when they want it.

See here - http://language.rabbitspeak.com/ - a cool site on bunny body language.

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I also think your bunny is hormonal - humping and chewing are 100% hormonal. She hit puberty and her hormones are driving a lot of her behaviors now - like being more skittish, chewing and humping. You absolutely have to get her spayed - it is key for building a stronger trust bond with her, not chewing, her overall happiness and health. It's an absolute must. Please talk to you parents about having it done.

Why spaying is essential:

The thing with girls is that if not spayed their chance of developing uterine cancer is really high as that makes spaying not even optional in my opinion. The risk of cancer is very high and that is a terrible way for a bunny to die and at that time the risk of surgery becomes soooo much greater due to poor health.... I have seen it at our rescue! Do not hesitate! It is worth the risk and the cost!

" Unspayed female rabbits have a very high risk of uterine cancer. Our vets commonly see uterine changes and tumors in unspayed rabbits as young as eighteen months. As the bunny ages, her risk increases, and our experienced rabbit vets report that many, if not most, rabbits older than about four years who are brought in for spaying reveal uterine changes and/or tumors. A rabbit's reproductive system is evolved for constant reproduction over a relatively short lifespan. When reproduction is thwarted, but the uterus is left intact, the system can go a little haywire. It's not unexpected. " http://www.bio.miami.edu/hare/spay.html

Having said this, picking a GOOD rabbit savvy vet is really key here. I would do this and have a consult.

One of the best ways to find a great vet is through you local rabbit rescues. Try to google your local rabbit rescues, see what the closest House Rabbit Society chapter is. Dedicated rabbit rescues do a lot of spays and neuters (they never leave the buns unfixed) so they can always recommend a good and well priced vet. Often you can find this info right on their websites (look in different sections there) but if not an email with a question will get you a response.

Also here you can also find a list of rabbit savvy vets by state to cross reference the info:

https://rabbit.org/vet-listings/

http://wabbitwiki.com/wiki/Category:United_States (also lists rescues and low cost clinics to look into to)

https://www.chewy.com/petcentral/directory-of-veterinarians-for-exotic-small-mammals

In particular for a spay this page also has great questions to ask the vet/clinic as you research - http://wabbitwiki.com/wiki/Spaying_and_neutering_rabbits

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For you baseboards a few suggestions:

  1. you can try a spray in this video (it will not stain) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_QNPkPbqDk
  2. you can also try this tape (but be very careful to be sure they do not chew it!) - I think it doesn't ruin paint, but try in one hidden spot to test.
  3. You can also get some white colorplast, cut to size and attache along the baseboards with some command strips that do not damage pain and come of cleanly.
  4. You can also use NIC storage cube grids to tie together with zip-ties and make a sort of barrier to place along the baseboards. This would work better for a room and particular spot, for a whole house I think colorplast strips are more elegant solution.
  5. The last and most important point - bunnies are smart and they need toys to entertain them and stay out of trouble. In the absence of good things to chew they will chew the other things - chewing and digging is their natural instinct, so the solution is not to stop them, but to provide alternatives specifically meant for them to chew and dig and to reinforce them using it. Bunnies are very food-motivated so you can use food to train them to do what you want them to do. :)

    1. You have a lot of toys. But the most important thing is reinforcing and redirecting. Bunnies do really understand positive reinforcement and build positive associations when you redirect bad behavior and reward good behavior. So you have to actively and diligently train the bunny overtime not to chew and dig the wrong things. Anytime you see digging or chewing, immediately try to offer a toy or some alternative instead and reward with a small treat when it works. This does need to be done very diligently each time you see him do things like that.

      Chew toys specifically - there are what you need to get to offer as alternatives to them chewing furniture and baseboards

  6. Willow and hay balls are great - good quality ones here https://shop.smallpetselect.com/collections/natural-toys-and-chews-for-rabbits
  7. They also have these logs where you can hide treats and pellets for fun - the bun would love to chew those I think and they last too. :)
  8. Great quality toys that are super fragrant and yummy to chew here https://www.farmerdavepetsupply.com/toys
  9. And thicker good chew sticks here https://www.farmerdavepetsupply.com/chew-sticks