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Rabbit Hole Hay Blog

Don't Miss the Importance of Checking Your Rabbit's Teeth

Posted by Paige Gilbert on Thu, Jan 30, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

By: Jessica Miley

What most people don’t know is that rabbits have roughly 28 teeth that are open rooted which means that they grow throughout their lifespans. Hay should be the main component of a rabbit’s diet because it helps wear down their teeth naturally.  If you are wondering what is the importance of checking your rabbit's teeth, then keep reading!

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Tags: Health, Teeth

Is Timothy and Alfalfa Hay Always the Best Rabbit Food for My Pet?

Posted by Marion Wolfe on Tue, Jan 28, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

As you know, timothy hay and alfalfa hay for rabbits are necessary for your pet's diet (depending on the age of your rabbit). However, feeding your rabbit too much alfalfa can cause him or her to gain too much weight. What other health problems can coincide with rabbit hay and rabbit food? Read on to find out!

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Tags: Diet, Timothy Hay, Alfalfa

8 Rabbit Care Tips for Setting Up a Rabbit’s Cage

Posted by Paige Gilbert on Thu, Jan 23, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

By: Jessica Miley

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Tags: Care

Chew on This: Factors to be Considered in Rabbit Keeping

Posted by Marion Wolfe on Tue, Jan 21, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

If you are new to the rabbit world, be prepared! It is common that all rabbits enjoy chewing on things around the house - chairs, beds, baseboards, and rugs - anything within eyesight. A very essential thing to know regarding rabbit care is why your rabbit constantly needs to chew on something. Why is this the case? What can you do to ease your rabbit away from the furniture? Let’s figure out the factors to be considered in rabbit keeping.

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Tags: Care

The Best Rabbit Hay to Keep Your Rabbit Healthy and Thriving

Posted by Marion Wolfe on Thu, Jan 16, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

Most people know that they need to feed their rabbit food, but do you know what kind of rabbit food and rabbit hay you should be feeding your rabbit at different ages of their lives? Do rabbits eat hay?What is the difference between pellets, alfalfa hay, and timothy hay? When should you switch a bunny from alfalfa hay to timothy hay?  Read on to figure that out!

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Tags: Diet, Timothy Hay, Alfalfa

Care During the Different Life Stages of Rabbits

Posted by Marion Wolfe on Tue, Jan 14, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

So, you just bought a rabbit or maybe you are interested in finding out more about rabbit care in general. A good place to start is to understand the different life stages of rabbits. How long is your rabbit considered a newborn? A teenager? At what age are these adorable animals considered adults? How long do rabbits live? The life cycle of a rabbit in stages is not only interesting, it is important to your effective care a relationship with your rabbit. Let’s talk about it.

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Tags: Health, Elderly

Bunnies Food Rumors Part 2: The Truth About Rabbit Care

Posted by Katie Jewett on Thu, Jan 09, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

If you own a rabbit like me you’ll want to know the insight I’m sharing with you about our behavior and diet. We can be temperamental at times, but we usually have a good reason. We also will eat all the treats you give us, but this isn’t always the healthiest option for us. I’m sharing part two of our rabbit rumors blog with you to ensure my furry friends and I receive the best care and bunnies food possible. 

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Tags: Diet, Care, Timothy Hay, Behavior

The Truth About Caring for Pet Rabbits, Straight From the Horses Mouth

Posted by Katie Jewett on Tue, Jan 07, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

For centuries, false information about caring for pet rabbits has caused rabbits like myself to fall victim to abuse. Due to our seemingly simple nature, rabbits have been misunderstood and mistreated by humans who have heard and perpetuated lies when it comes to caring for a rabbit. For the sake of my friends and I, we hope you are paying close attention. 

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Tags: Care, Training