Did you know that rabbits are wonderful indoor companions? They are quiet, clean, affectionate animals who can easily be litter box trained!
My House Rabbit is dedicated to celebrating house rabbits and educating the public about rabbit care and behavior. You can find information about creating a safe, welcoming environment for your rabbit and gain insight into bunny behavior, so you will better understand your rabbit's needs. You can also check out our cute bunny photos or share your own! And don't miss our bunny blog and bunny lover gift shop!
Featured House Rabbit Articles
Rabbits are intelligent, curious creatures. They quickly get bored if they do not have enough space to explore or enough toys to entertain them. And any rabbit owner knows a bored bunny is a destructive bunny. Follow these tips to make your bunny a happy bunny. [Read more]
Just like people, bunnies enjoy a good meal. A nice mix of hay, pellets and fresh vegetables as well as fresh water will make your rabbit healthy and happy. An occasional treat can be given, but only in small quantities. [Read more]
"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]
A house rabbit may seem like the perfect companion for your child, but this is not always the case. Adopting a rabbit is a big commitment, and it takes a family level of commitment to care for and provide a good life for a rabbit. [Read more]
Featured Bunny Product
Small Pet Select is offering a free bunny wrap ring with any purchase of hay or pellets! Just use the coupon code BUNNYRING at checkout and the ring will be added to your order free of charge. This adorable ring normally retails for $15.95. Learn more at our blog.
Small Pet Select offers the highest quality timothy hay for pet rabbits, delivered fresh throughout the continental U.S. Order in quantities of up to 60lbs.
Featured Rabbit Welfare Organization
River's Wish Animal Sanctuary, Spokane, Washington
While their primary focus is caring for rabbits, they also care for horses, burros, goats, chickens, turkeys, pigs, dogs and cats. River's Wish adopts animals out to appropriate homes, but they also provide a life long home for each animal as well.
Rivers Wish recently rescued 21 feral rabbits in Libby, Montana.