Featured House Rabbit Articles

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    7 Ways Rabbits are Eco-Friendly Pets

    There are many benefits to owning a pet rabbit: they’re utterly adorable, they’re funny, they’re quiet, they’re clean… I could go on and on. But one thing many people may not realize is that rabbits are ecologically-friendly pets. Read more »

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    Bunny Gardening for Beginners

    One of the great things about owning a pet rabbit is that you can grow a lot of their food yourself in a backyard garden. In fact, you don’t have to be a master gardener or own a huge plot of land to grow a few of your bunny’s favorites. Read more »

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    Building a Cardboard Castle for Your Bunny

    Building a cardboard castle for your pet bunny is an easy, inexpensive way to keep him/her busy. Your bunny will spend hours on “renovation”, chewing new doorways and taking down walls. Read more »

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    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 »

Featured Bunny Product

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If your rabbit’s litter box smells, you’re probably not using the right kind of litter. Or perhaps you’re just using sheets of newspaper.

Yesterday’s News is a recycled paper pellet litter that absorbs the smell of rabbit urine. Put a thin layer on the bottom of the litter box, then put a layer of fresh hay on top, and you’re good to go. No more rabbit pee smell! Read more »

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Featured House Rabbit Organization

New Jersey House Rabbit Society, Monroe Township, NJ

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The mission of the New Jersey House Rabbit Society is to promote the well-being of domestic rabbits and to secure their place as a companion animal in society and in our homes.

Their focus is on educating the public on the proper care of companion house rabbits and providing a low-cost spay/neuter program. Read more »

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