Setting up your rabbit area outdoors allows your rabbits to live a more natural life with lots of room to run and dig. But it’s very important to take precautions to keep your bunnies safe and comfortable. Let’s take a look at the basics for a good rabbit space. A good rabbit hutch is vital […]
Rabbits are herbivores, but does that mean that all plants are safe and healthy for them to eat? The surprising answer is no! There are plenty of things that you should not be feeding your rabbit that might seem perfectly healthy.
Sometimes raising animals comes with less than fun situations. Fly strike in rabbits qualifies as one of those nasty type of things that we can do our best to prevent, but may find ourselves facing one day. Ear mites are another common ailment you may need to deal with in your rabbitry. Obviously prevention is […]
Rabbits might be small but they pack a lot of fluff onto those tiny bodies! It can be alarming when you check on your rabbit and find fur all over the place. What can cause your rabbit to suddenly pull out fur and when should you seek veterinary care for this?
Any rabbit owner can tell you these little fluff balls are full of personality and have a unique way of communicating among themselves and with the humans they love – you just have to know how to speak rabbit! These are some common rabbit forms of communication – if you pay attention you’ll “hear” your […]
Playtime with your bunnies helps build a bond between you and provides them with metal stimulation & exercise. The two most important things to remember when playing with your rabbit are 1) do it on your rabbit’s terms and 2) go slow & be patient – the more you play, the more your rabbit will […]