@tanza listen to these ladies and gents, follow their lead.....they have helped me with some tough love, working with my 2 year old Thor to reduce this same behavior.....the B babies grow in B boys and girls and the biting just get worse. For me these built in Alphas will take the lead if you don’t stay at least a half step ahead of them.
Thor is a work in progress, I wish I had found these warm loving and knowledgeable people when my B boy Thor was as young as your. congrats on the new member of your family.
Been a rainy two days in Fl Thor has not had the normal pool side runs. it’s our rainy season here in SW Fl. USA.
His paw is looking a bit better, less red between the toe, bottom pad as well. and back to a normal gait. The rest ( lack of running on deck pavers)....seems to be helping. I am going to stay on top of this problem because I can’t keep him from running....It’s his safe run area.
@elbrant pavers are rough, they are not so rough that walking with bare feet harms you (human feet). Like you said, I am not going mock 1 around and around. Also he scratches on the screens, when the rabbits are right in his face and thus a secondary reason. We have obstacles in the corners....but he is so prey driven hard to keep him from bouncing and scratching on the screens. Even with some boo boos....
Is there any other serious paw issues that I need to look out for?
@pawla there is a spot between toe and an small area on his paw. The spot between his toe is like a little cut. Tough to really see both sites well. he keeps his paw balled up when we try to inspect them. I am sure it hurts him. Are you talking about a fungus on the foot when you use the term allergies?
We are trying to keep him inside more, especially when we know the bunnies are in mass during the early eve hrs. We have a nest in my neighbors hedge....doesn’t help.
Socks, and boot are gonna be a challenge, but he can keep busy......But if slows him down, and let’s that paw heal, it’s worth trying. If I don’t see progress soon, to the vet we go.