Featured House Rabbit Articles
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 »
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 »
“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 »
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
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 »
Featured House Rabbit Organization
New Jersey House Rabbit Society, Monroe Township, NJ
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 »