Featured House Rabbit Articles

  • Rabbit doing logic toy

    Logic Toys for Rabbits

    Rabbits are naturally curious and smart. They are often quite playful and food motivated, which opens up the doors for logic toys designed to sharpen the mind and offer an interesting challenge. Learn more about about logic toys for rabbits and how to make your own. Read more »

  • Sleeping rabbit

    Bunny Proofing Your House

    Pet rabbits love to dig and chew. In order to protect your house rabbit as well as your home you will need to bunny proof. Chew toys, wire protectors, puppy pens, and supervision are essential in providing a safe home for your pet. Read more »

  • Rabbit butt

    Poopy Butt in Rabbits: Causes and Treatment

    “Poopy butt” is the less than eloquent term to describe a relatively common condition in which fecal matter gets stuck to a rabbit’s behind. This article will discuss ways to keep your bunny clean and in good digestive health. Read more »

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    Finding a Wild Baby Rabbit: What to Do

    If you happen to spot a wild baby rabbit in your yard, your first instinct might be to “rescue” the poor, defenseless creature and care for it in your home. However, to ensure the little bunny’s best chance for survival, the best action you can take is to leave it alone. Read more »

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Free Bunny Ring

FREE Bunny Ring from Small Pet Select

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Small Pet Select delivers fresh, high quality timothy hay throughout the continental U.S. Order in quantities of up to 60lbs. Read more »

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Featured House Rabbit Organization

Buckeye House Rabbit Society, Athens, OH

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The Buckeye House Rabbit Society, based in Athens, OH, is a chapter of the national House Rabbit Society. Serving Ohio since 1997, their all-volunteer, federally-recognized, non-profit organization rescues abandoned rabbits and educates the public about rabbit care.

With representatives in Athens, Canton, Cleveland, Cincinnati, and Toledo, and a growing number of volunteers, they work to bring Ohioans up-to-date information about adopting and caring for indoor companion rabbits. Read more »

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