Brandon has maloccluded incisors. We've removed them once for medical reasons and will continue to do so until they don't grow back. This means some of his veggies have to be chopped. He eats hay and pellets just fine without front teeth. Fill out an adoption application if you'd like to foster or adopt him: www.larabbits.org/adoption-application/
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