Summer time can be a difficult time to raise rabbits, especially fluffy Angora rabbits. Angora wool is 7 times warmer than sheep wool, so when the temperatures rise your fluffy little friend can get really uncomfortable quickly. If the temperatures exceed 85 degrees, rabbits can start to experience serious heat related distress and could even […]
If you keep animals, eventually one of them will get sick. Let me show you how to prevent rabbit diseases and how to control rabbit illness if you get it in your rabbitry. Healthy strong stock will avoid most rabbit diseases. You can breed your rabbits to be resistant to most illnesses, and to be […]
When people talk about something multiplying quickly they often say breeding like rabbits. When you first start breeding rabbits sometimes it can be a big surprise when your rabbits don’t breed like, well, rabbits. Turns out there are several things that can make your rabbits less likely to have a successful mating. Here’s how to […]
Choosing to adopt dwarf rabbits is more and more frequent among pet lovers. This is because these mini bunnies have this reputation of being particularly adapted to kids, thanks to their calmness and tender character. The little bunnies are also easy to tame and can live in relatively small spaces. If you are considering getting […]
It’s been a week and a half since I had to stitch up our little bunny. I was not very sure she would make it after such a serious injury. After all, the cut was fully one quarter of her circumference if not more, the equivalent of about 12 inches on a human. It turns […]
I had a nasty surprise when I checked the new bunnies this morning. One of Sour Patch’s babies had a horrible gash on its belly. My heart just dropped to see the red, open wound a full half inch wide on that tiny body. There was no way it would heal without some help…..