Rabbit Care

As a rabbit owner, it is important to know some rabbit care basics in order to create a safe, loving environment for the furriest member of your family. From diet to housing to bunny proofing, the articles below will help you provide the best possible care for your rabbit.

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    How to Care for a Pet Rabbit

    Rabbits are unique pets. They have specific needs in order to live a long, happy and healthy life. Here is a basic overview on how to care for a pet rabbit. Read more »

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    What to Feed Your Pet Rabbit

    Just like people, bunnies enjoy a good meal. A nice mix of hay, vegetables, pellets, as well as fresh water will make your rabbit healthy and happy. Read on for more information about what to feed your pet rabbit. Read more »

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    Hay for Rabbits: The Basis for a Healthy Diet

    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 »

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    Litter Training Your Pet Rabbit

    Rabbits make wonderful indoor companions in part because they can be litter box trained, just like cats! Follow these steps to litter train your rabbit. Read more »

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    Housing Your Pet Rabbit Indoors

    There are many options for housing your bunny indoors, including puppy pens, bunny condos, large cages, or simply a bunny proofed room. We’ll discuss all the options so you can decide what’s best for your living arrangement. Read more »

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    Bunny Proofing Your House

    Pet rabbits love to dig and chew. In order to protect your house rabbit as well as your home you will need to bunny proof. Chew toys, wire protectors, puppy pens, and supervision are essential in providing a safe home for your pet. Read more »

  • Grooming Your House Rabbit

    A clean, well-groomed bunny is a happy and healthy bunny. Here are a few tips to keeping your bunny looking and feeling sharp, including brushing, nail trimming, preventing sore hocks, and taking care of teeth. Read more »

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    Clipping Your Rabbit’s Nails

    Clipping your rabbit’s nails may seem a daunting task. And many rabbit owners elect to let their veterinarian handle it. Frequent vet visits can get expensive, however. So here is some advice on clipping your rabbit’s nails yourself. Read more »

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    Handling Your Rabbit Correctly

    Handling your bunny can be a delicate business. Many rabbits do not enjoy being lifted from the ground. But sometimes it is necessary to pick up your rabbit, such as for grooming or vet checks. So here are some useful tips. 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 »