• Behavior and Socialization

    Common Behaviors Indicators of Health Problems Common Behaviors Rabbits exhibit a wide range of natural behaviors: Digging. Digging is an instinctive behavior for rabbits. In nature, rabbits dig to create safe places in which to hide, sleep, or reproduce underground. Male rabbits also make small feces

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  • Choosing Your Pet

    Rabbits are smart, friendly, and can be trained to use a litterbox. They're also fun to watch, making them great companions for many pet owners. Pet rabbits come from all over the world and include various domestic breeds. They range in color and size from a mere two pounds to as large as 13 pounds,

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  • Daily Care and Grooming

    Handling Your Rabbit Rabbits need to be handled properly to support their bone structure and prevent breaks. When you pick up your bunny, place one hand under the front chest area and the other hand beneath the hindquarters to provide full support. Please note: Never pick up a rabbit by the ears as it

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  • Diet and Nutrition

    Water Rabbits need access to fresh, clean water at all times. Use a sturdy ceramic water bowl or a water bottle that attaches to the cage. Be sure to change the water two or three times a day to prevent bacteria from building up. Diet Rabbits are herbivores with an unusually practical system for processing

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  • Health Care

    Veterinary Visits and Vaccinations Neutering or Spaying Common Health Problems Veterinary Visits and Vaccinations Like all pets, it is important to take your rabbit for its first vet examination as soon as you possibly can. The first visit gives the vet an opportunity to establish a baseline

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  • Housing and Equipment

    Cages Litterbox Exercise Area Toys Cages Rabbits have strong legs meant for active living, such as running and jumping and are very social creatures. That is why they need daily exercise. They also need a cage with room to maneuver placed in a location around household activity. At a minimum,

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  • Physical and Mental Stimulation

    Daily Exercise Activity is a vital part of keeping a rabbit happy and healthy. Your rabbit will need time to roam outside of its cage for a few hours every day. There needs to be enough space for the bunny to hop, jump and run. You can place some toys or digging materials in the exercise space to encourage

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  • Special Needs

    Travel Because rabbits are more often prey than predator in the wild, they experience a great deal of stress whenever their environment changes. Traveling is stressful for rabbits and should generally be avoided. However, when you do need to travel with your rabbit, remember that you still need to be

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