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Treating Your Pet Rabbit for Fleas

…lying any environmental flea treatment. Further Information Van Praag, Esther, Ph.D, “Fleas and Rabbits,” http://www.medirabbit.com/EN/Skin_diseases/Parasitic/fleas.PDF Smith, Kathy, “Summer Dangers,” http://www.rabbitnetwork.org/articles/summer.shtml Sacramento House Rabbit Society, “Fleas on Rabbits,” http://www.allearssac.org/fleas.html House Rabbit Society, “FAQ: Grooming: Fleas,”… Read more »

Bungeeing for Bunnies

…take this plunge in order to help raise money for the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund in the UK and the Colorado House Rabbit Society in the US. The jump will occur as part of the Go Fast! Games on September 26. You can support Baker using the following links: Fundraising Page for the Rabbit Welfare Fund (UK) Fundraising Page for the Colorado House Rabbit Society (US) For more info: http://www.bungybunny.com/… Read more »

Grooming Your House Rabbit

…yptic powder If you accidentally cut the quick, styptic powder will stop the bleeding. Buy on Amazon > Grooming glove or brush The Love Glove is gentle, yet effective, at removing excess fur when your bunny is shedding. Buy on Amazon > Further Information Castaneda, Tania, “All About Sore Hocks,” http://www.rabbitnetwork.org/articles/sorehocks.shtml Krempels, Dana, “Dental Disease in Rabbits: A Simple Overview,”… Read more »

Rabbit Care Article Example

…may want to protect your floor in the bunny area. Make sure to get a hard plastic one to resist chewing. Buy on Amazon > Snappy trainers If your rabbit is peeing on the couch or bed, you can use these devices to keep him/her off the furniture. Buy on Amazon > Further Information: Harriman, Marinell, “FAQ: Litter Training,” http://www.rabbit.org/faq/sections/litter.html Espie, Amy, “Litterbox Encore,”… Read more »

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Poopy Butt in Rabbits: Causes and Treatment

…o file the sharp edges down. So if a change to a more fibrous diet does not stop the poopy butt from occurring, take your bunny to a rabbit-savvy vet to check for molar spurs, digestive ailments, parasites, or other infections. Further Information Krempels, Dana, Ph.D., “The Mystery of Rabbit Poop,” http://www.bio.miami.edu/hare/poop.html Krempels, Dana, Ph.D., “Bathing a Rabbit’s Messy Bottom,”… Read more »

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7 Ways Rabbits are Eco-Friendly Pets

…ay of problems such as drug-resistant bacteria, contamination of waterways, and health concerns for aquatic animals. [4] So there you have it: seven ways rabbits are environmentally-friendly pets. Just another benefit to owning a pet bunny! Sources: Owen, Marion, “Manure Matters: How Manure Measures Up,” http://www.plantea.com/manure.htm Keith, Christie, “The environmental impact of pets, Part 2: what you can do,”… Read more »

Rabbit in litter box

Litter Training Your Pet Rabbit

…may want to protect your floor in the bunny area. Make sure to get a hard plastic one to resist chewing. Buy on Amazon > Snappy trainers If your rabbit is peeing on the couch or bed, you can use these devices to keep him/her off the furniture. Buy on Amazon > Further Information: Harriman, Marinell, “FAQ: Litter Training,” http://www.rabbit.org/faq/sections/litter.html Espie, Amy, “Litterbox Encore,”… Read more »

Free Rabbit Dental Checkups in Wrexham Wales

…ted teeth. As rabbits’ teeth grow continuously throughout their lives, it is imperative they wear them down daily. Otherwise, teeth grow long and curl into the back of their mouths, inhibiting their intake of food. For a full list of vets offering free dental checks in the UK, visit this link: http://www.nationalrabbitweek.co.uk/rescue/index.php?page=map&type=vet… Read more »

Vegan Chocolate Easter Bunnies

…ilar to non-vegan chocolate bunnies, but I did find a comprehensive list of them for all the vegans out there. Go Dairy Free recently published an article listing 8 chocolatiers selling dairy-free, egg-free chocolate bunnies: http://www.godairyfree.org/200803062325/News/Nutrition-Headlines/Now-Where-am-I-Going-to-Find-a-Dairy-Free-Chocolate-Bunny.html They have since published an addendum to the list:… Read more »

Giant Rabbit Finally Finds Home

…ike that. She’s full of life and because her teeth never stop growing, she likes to munch on things. That didn’t go down well.” Fortunately, Roo has found a suitable home with one of the staff from the pet shop who is happy to accommodate Roo’s personality and habits. For more info: http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/news-feed/2008/08/14/jabba-the-hutch-86908-20696403/… Read more »