My House Rabbit

House Rabbit Behavior

From binkies and flops to digging and chewing, house rabbits can exhibit a wide range of behavior. What does it all mean? The rabbit behavior articles below will help unravel the mystery.

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    Binkies, Nose Bonks and Flops: Bunny Behavior Explained

    Rabbits are relatively quiet creatures. As prey animals, it's in their best interest to not draw too much attention to themselves. That said, they do have a unique way of communicating, from binkying to flopping to thumping. We'll explore them here. [Read more]

  • Two bunnies begging for food

    Building a Relationship with Your Rabbit

    Understanding rabbits' unique language is helpful when bonding with your pet bunny for the long term, but if you recently adopted your bunny, you may not even know how to start the bonding process. [Read more]

  • Bunny chewing Google mail

    How to Deal with Chewing & Digging

    Digging, burrowing, and chewing are natural activities for your rabbit. But how can you prevent your home from turning into your bunny's urban warren? [Read more]

  • Rabbit in room

    Enrichment for Your Pet Bunny

    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]

  • Bunny jumping from cardboard castle

    Building a Cardboard Castle for Your Bunny

    Bunnies love to dig, chew, shred and arrange. These are all needs that a cardboard castle can address. A cardboard castle also provides a refuge for your bunny to escape the hustle and bustle of your house. [Read more]

  • Bunny playing with a ball

    Playing with Your Pet Bunny

    Whether it's bowling or fetch, bunnies love to play. As your rabbit's unique personality unfolds, you will come to find out what kind of games your rabbit likes best. [Read more]

  • Bunnies eating dandelions together

    Bonding Your Pet Bunnies

    A second bunny can provide years of joy, fun and contentment for both you and your rabbit. But it may not be love at first sight for the two rabbits. Bonding your bunnies can take time, patience, and persistence. [Read more]