Featured House Rabbit Articles

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    How to Care for a Pet Rabbit

    Rabbits are unique pets. They have specific needs in order to live a long, happy and healthy life. Here is a basic overview on how to care for a pet rabbit. Read more »

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    Hay for Rabbits: The Basis for a Healthy Diet

    Hay is vital to rabbits for good digestive and dental health. We’ll tell you why, as well as what kind of hay to provide your bun and where to buy it. Read more »

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    Housing Your Pet Rabbit Indoors

    There are many options for housing your bunny indoors, including puppy pens, bunny condos, large cages, or simply a bunny proofed room. We’ll discuss all the options so you can decide what’s best for your living arrangement. Read more »

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    How Much Does a Pet Rabbit Cost?

    Many people may be misguided in thinking that rabbits are low-maintenance pets. The truth is that pet rabbits live 10 years or longer, and they require a considerable amount of care, time, and money. Here is a basic rundown of how much a pet rabbit can cost. Read more »

Featured Bunny Product

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Peter's Woven Grass Play Ball

Peter’s Woven Grass Play Ball is the ultimate in natural grass toys that are safe to chew and provide hours of entertainment for your pet bunny. Perfect for digging, scratching, tossing and chewing, this grass ball provides a good outlet for your rabbit’s natural tendencies. Read more »

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Featured House Rabbit Organization

Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society, Edina, MN

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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 »

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