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    AwgieD is offline Junior Member
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    DefaultI guess this has to do with nutrition...

    My dog Bosco ate a rabbitt. Not a chocolate, Easter rabbitt but a real, kicking and screaming rabbitt.

    Should I be concerned?

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    DefaultRe: I guess this has to do with nutrition...

    He may have loose stools and you'll need to watch for tapeworm. Otherwise, he should be okay.



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    DefaultRe: I guess this has to do with nutrition...

    My dogs have caught and eaten many wild rabbits -- usually myxy ones -- over the years. I agree with labby that you should keep an eye out for worms but from my personal experience, no bad has ever come from it. Rabbits are very nutritious.

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    DefaultRe: I guess this has to do with nutrition...

    Don't be surprised to see fur covered poop. That's about the only "side-effect" I've seen when Jes catches/eats a whole rabbit.

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