Featured House Rabbit Articles

  • Baby bunnies

    Easter and Bunnies

    When Easter is around the corner, many people consider buying a pet rabbit, sometimes on a whim or as a gift for small children. While rabbits do make wonderful indoor companions, people should take the time to learn the reality of pet rabbit ownership. 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 »

  • Rabbit doing logic toy

    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 »

  • How to Keep Your Pet Rabbit Healthy

    Keeping your pet rabbit healthy is as important as keeping yourself healthy. The steps are just about the same, too: eat well, exercise, and get regular check ups. 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 »

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Featured House Rabbit Organization

Make Mine Chocolate, Columbus, OH

Make Mine Chocolate

Make Mine Chocolate is an international campaign started by the Columbus House Rabbit Society in 2002. The campaign’s goal is to educate the public about the realities of owning a pet rabbit and to discourage the practice of giving live bunnies as gifts for Easter. Instead, they urge people to give chocolate bunnies instead.

The initiative started as a way to address the continual problem of people flooding rescues and shelters with their unwanted rabbits or just dumping the rabbits outside to die after the Easter holiday. Read more »

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