We’ve recently added a couple new articles to our collection.
The first one describes the potentially deadly condition, GI stasis, and discusses causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention. If you’re a bunny owner and unfamiliar with this condition, it’s an important read.
GI Stasis in Rabbits: A Deadly Condition
One very serious, fairly common health issue pet rabbits face is gastrointestinal stasis. GI (or gut) stasis is a potentially deadly condition in which the digestive system slows down or stops completely. [Read more]
The second article serves as a beginner’s guide to growing your rabbit’s food yourself. It will depend where in the world you are if the timing is right to start gardening – for me in New England, the gardening season will probably wind down in a month or so. But, for those who are new to gardening who want to give it a try, the article will provide an introduction, giving examples of vegetables that are fairly easy to grow. And when the time is right, you will be able to get started on your very own bunny garden.
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]