Having a pet rabbit comes with a lot of responsibilities. Just like any other animal they have their health issues and require attention by veterinarians at times. To provide your bunny with the best rabbit care possible educate yourself on the symptoms of common health issues in rabbits.
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Rabbit ownership often times conjures images of our cute bunnies living in hutches or cages, only free and hopping around in the grass when we have time to spend with them. Though that might be true for some, your rabbit does not have to be confined to a hutch or only be let out when you have time to play. While there are a lot of steps to freeing you and your bunny from the hutch, let's cover one of the essential steps to this change: Setting up a litter box for rabbits
If your rabbit has what is un-eloquently known as “rabbit poopy butt” – literally fecal matter stuck to your buns, well, buns – then it’s going to be your task to get your pet cleaned up. In a previous post we discussed what causes poopy butt. You can read here. Now, let’s go over the steps to clean your rabbit with poopy butt.
If you’ve noticed a not-so-pleasant smell coming from your rabbit’s hutch, and part of your normal rabbit care routine is keeping a clean living environment for your bun, then you better check its hind quarters. Your rabbit may be suffering from fecal matter stuck to its behind known simply as “poopy butt rabbits.”
Have you gone to the vet with your rabbit and you felt that they don’t have the amount of confidence when answering your questions? Well we want you to trust your rabbit vet and know that your he or she is reputable and actually knows more than a thing or two about rabbits.
Easter is almost here! When most people think of Easter they think of exchanging candy baskets full of jellybeans, marshmallow chicks and chocolate bunnies. However, some people go past the candy aspect and give real live bunnies as gifts as well. While rabbits do make wonderful pets, they are a big responsibility. This blog will outline some considerations you may want to think of before giving a rabbit as a gift this Easter.
Rabbit grooming is a very important part to providing your rabbit with the proper care. This seems to be a touchy subject for some rabbit enthusiasts because it is necessary to keep your rabbit clean without hurting him/her.
You will do just about anything for your pet rabbit and that includes making sure it gets the best rabbit veterinary care possible when it’s sick or injured. To make sure that your little bun has a healthy and long life, there are a lot of pieces to the rabbit care pie. These include feeding them a healthy diet, keeping their cage clean and knowing what to do in case of an emergency. The last thing you want to do when your bunny is ill is worry about searching for the nearest vet that can medically assist rabbits. What do you look for when choosing a vet?