Featured House Rabbit Articles
A clean, well-groomed bunny is a happy and healthy bunny. Here are a few tips to keeping your bunny looking and feeling sharp, including brushing, nail trimming, preventing sore hocks, and taking care of teeth. Read more »
Rabbits make wonderful indoor companions in part because they can be litter box trained, just like cats! Follow these steps to litter train your rabbit. Read more »
It is very tempting to take your house rabbit outside in the sunny weather, but be careful in doing so. While taking your rabbit outside for short, structured and supervised visits, be sure to consider the following tips. Read more »
Heat can be very dangerous to rabbits. They are more susceptible to heat stroke than humans. So it is important to recognize the symptoms and know how to treat and prevent this condition. Read more »
Featured Bunny Product
Although most people envision rabbits living in a cage or outdoor hutch, we always recommend people use a puppy pen to house their bunny instead. Puppy pens provide more space for your rabbit to explore. You can fit a litter box, food bowls, hay feeder, and a cardboard castle! If you would like to eventually give your rabbit free reign in a bunny proofed room, you can gradually move the panels of the puppy pen out, expanding your bunny’s area.
The medium/large puppy pen by Precision Pet (36 inches) is a great option for rabbit owners. Rabbits can’t chew through the metal fencing, and it is generally tall enough to contain most breeds of rabbits. Read more »
Featured House Rabbit Organization
Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society, Edina, MN
The Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society (MCRS) is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of companion rabbits.
MCRS works to let people know that domestic rabbits can and do make wonderful companions, as long as you are willing to meet them on their terms. They teach Bunny Basics classes, maintain a phone and email hotline so that people can contact them with questions or problems, and generally try to keep rabbits and their human companions living happily together. Read more »