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Hi, this is Dr. Hill. Rabbits are notorious for eating what they shouldn't. They do not vomit, so no way to induce vomiting. The best thing you can do now is monitor appetite and bowel movements. Rabbits eat a very high fiber diet (80% hay) so that keeps their intestines moving. If the foam is small enough it may pass. If Tuff has a decreased appetite, the stills are looking smaller than normal or stop, then she needs to be evaluated immediately. Rabbits get obstructed easily and do not handle the stress well, so when you see signs it is an emergency. If you have a veterinarian locally, you should let them know what happened. They may recommend a baseline abdominal x ray. Feel free to post additional questions. Take care.
Hay is the best food choice for rabbits. It should be the majority of their diet, with small amounts of pellets daily and fresh greens. So, a normal, firm pelleted stool is what you want. The cecotrophs (their night stools) are normal and are typically ingested by the rabbit. You don't want to alter the diet to make a softer stool or gas, that can lead to gut stasis (lack of motility) and an emergency situation. Moderate amounts of higher calcium veggies are fine. We worry more about bladder sludge and bladder stones with high calcium intake. Take care.
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