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Allergies: What Are Rabbits Sensitive To?

Posted by Paige Gilbert on Fri, Feb 28, 2014 @ 09:00 AM

rabbit in field what are rabbits sensitive to

By: Jessica Miley

Have you ever asked yourself "What are rabbits sensitive to?" With timothy hay being the crucial part of a rabbit’s diet, having a rabbit that is allergic to hay can be a scary thought. Fortunately they might actually be allergic to something else that can be solved! If your pet is experiencing sneezing or suffering from watery eyes, then you should investigate the environment around your bunny.

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Tags: Diet, Allergies

3 Ways Rabbit Hole Hay Provides Quality Service and “Hoppy" Customers

Posted by Paige Gilbert on Wed, Feb 26, 2014 @ 11:14 AM

By: Katie Jewett

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Tags: Care, Timothy Hay

How Much is Too Much When Feeding Pet Rabbits Treats?

Posted by Paige Gilbert on Thu, Feb 20, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

By: Jessica Miley

Did you know that a rabbit has a digestive system that is closer to a horse than that of a rodent? Their intestines are sensitive to fatty and starchy foods. Rabbit’s diets should consist of water, hay, pellets, vegetables and fruits. It is important to not only know what can rabbits eat but how much you should feed your rabbit and to know how much your rabbit should weigh before they become under or overweight.

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Tags: Diet, Timothy Hay, Health, Gastrointestinal

Traveling With Rabbits Can Make Traveling More Fun

Posted by Katie Jewett on Tue, Feb 18, 2014 @ 01:39 PM

Anyone who has had a pet understands that traveling with a furry friend can be a difficult task. When your rabbit is away from the comfort of your home, many challenges can arise, but traveling with rabbits doesn’t need to be a negative experience. From a simple vet trip to taking a plane ride across the country, these tips will help equip you to provide the best rabbit care on any voyage.

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Tags: Care, Behavior

Found Rabbit Hay For Sale? Get These Tips When You Buy Hay Online

Posted by Marion Wolfe on Thu, Feb 13, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

When you find rabbit hay for sale online it may seem like a risky business because you can’t see it first-hand. However, it is easy and convenient for you. You want to be happy with your purchase and you want a reasonably priced, quality rabbit food for pets with on time delivery that meets your needs. You’ll find all of that when you order from Rabbit Hole Hay.

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Tags: Care, Timothy Hay

Tips for Transitioning to the Best Hay for Rabbits Based on Their Age

Posted by Katie Jewett on Wed, Feb 12, 2014 @ 10:53 AM

Your rabbit has very specific needs when it comes to just about everything. Fulfilling his dietary needs is essential in order to offer him the best life possible. Feeding your rabbit the wrong type of food could result in long term or even life-threatening consequences. It is vital that you understand which type of food to feed to your rabbit depending on his stage of life and state of health. So... What do you feed a baby rabbit versus an adult rabbit? Keep reading to find out. 

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Tags: Diet, Timothy Hay

HAY! Are You Feeding Your Rabbit Enough Timothy and Alfalfa Hay?

Posted by Paige Gilbert on Thu, Feb 06, 2014 @ 01:10 PM

By: Jessica Miley

You want your rabbit to live a long and healthy life. In order to do that your rabbit must be fed properly to avoid being overweight. A healthy diet doesn’t revolve around carrots and pellets. Carrots are high in calcium which means it should be given to your rabbit sparingly.

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Tags: Diet, Timothy Hay, Alfalfa, Babies

How To Keep Your Bunny Food Fresh For Your Little Bun?

Posted by Katie Jewett on Tue, Feb 04, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

Rabbits have over 17,000 taste buds so it’s understandable they can be very picky when it comes to their food. We know that timothy hay should make up the majority of an adult rabbit’s diet, but what are you supposed to do when your rabbit won’t eat his food or your rabbit won't eat nuggets of hay? A big reason for this can be that the hay is no longer appetizing to your cotton-tailed friend due to spoilage. Without the proper storage, hay can become unappealing for your bunny to eat and can even make him sick if left under the wrong conditions. Do you know how to keep your bunny food fresh? Keep reading for these handy trips! 

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Tags: Diet, Care