My Rabbit Is Not Eating?

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When a rabbit loses its appetite, it could be a sign of illness and the rabbit might have a stomach problem. If rabbits are fed too much dry foods, they become stuck in the stomach and cause the rabbit harm as they ferment. The rabbit's diet might also be wrong, or the animal is under stress from something in its environment.
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Your rabbit may not be eating due to a reversible condition known as gastrointestinal stasis. This condition shuts down the gastrointestinal gut rendering the rabbit unable to drink or eat. You should consult a vet to have the rabbit checked.
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