If you’re just undertaking rabbit litter box training it can be a frustrating process. Just when you think you have them litter box trained you feel like you take a step (or hop!) backward.
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Sometimes pets can act like children. They can be picky eaters and, like children, they are drawn to foods that taste better but aren't necessarily healthy for you. This normally includes foods that are sweeter and stuff rabbits shouldn't eat. If you give your rabbit the opportunity to eat sweets more than hay, she will inevitably choose the junk food over hay. This may be a reason why your rabbit doesn't eat hay.So, how do you get your rabbit to eat hay?
With any pet, it is always good to start healthy habits when you first get them. This is not only good for you, to ensure that your pet is getting the best care possible, but to help prohibit bad behaviors from starting. However, hay is essential when it comes to feeding pet rabbits. If you haven’t introduced your rabbit to hay, and only feed them pellets and fruits, they will be resistant to eating hay. Quality hay is required to maintain a healthy digestive tract. But, if you have always fed your adult rabbit timothy hay, then he will get in the habit of eating it. You also have to get in the habit of giving your bun healthy pellets and know how much of what you need to give your rabbit.
Whether you were gifted a baby rabbit or you adopted a baby rabbit, it is important to know immediately what your baby rabbit’s diet should be. Because rabbits have sensitive digestive tracks, you need to figure out what to feed your rabbit to set them up for a long and healthy life. But what should you get your rabbit to eat? What is the best rabbit food for my bunny?
As pet owners we do our best to provide an enjoyable life for our furry friends. Unfortunately the circle of life continues on and there comes a time when our pets pass.
Peee Ewww! What’s that smell?
Cleaning out your rabbit’s litter box is not the most fun a person can have, but it is one of the necessities now that you have learned how to litter train a rabbit. Do you ever ask yourself "how often should I clean my rabbit's litter box? This is going to depend on what type you have chosen, the size of your rabbit, and how much your rabbit uses her box. The best rule regarding when you need to change it is to follow your nose. If you can smell it then it’s time.
You’re at the store and you decide to be a nice pet owner and surprise your rabbit with a toy. You spend 20 minutes deciding on which one you think Mr. Fluffy would like the best and finally settled on one, which wasn’t the cheapest thing either! After all, you want to provide the best rabbit care possible because you love your little guy. You drove home in excitement waiting to see what Fluff would do with his newest toy only to find out upon the delivery that he did absolutely nothing.
Before you begin the process of actually learning how to litter train a rabbit, you need to decide on a what to use for rabbit litter. The big question to answer is what is more important to you when choosing what litter to use for bunnies: price or convenience? This is something that you will want to spend some time considering because often times changing may cause your rabbit to back track on a lot of the work the two of you put into litter box training. Let's look at what litter for rabbits you have to choose from.
Recently we received a story from one of our Twitter followers about the journey with her rabbit since the day she bought him as a little kit. Her rabbit, whose name was Simba, recently passed. We were so touched by the story we wanted to share with all of you.
With the weather heating up and summer almost here, there are many things you need to start paying attention to more when it comes to the best rabbit care for your bunny. While there are many things to pay attention to in warm weather, in this blog we will discuss the hazards of fly strike, also known as myiasis, as it pertains to your pet rabbit.
Being a good bunny parent means knowing her daily routine so you are able to recognize any changes that could mean that she is sick. Getting your rabbit to eat a healthy diet is easy when you first get your rabbit. But what happens when your rabbit doesn't eat?
As summer arrives and the weather heats up it is extremely important to keep your pet rabbit cool in order to keep him healthy and free from suffering any damage from the heat or sun. Your pet rabbit is extremely sensitive and being exposed to too much heat or sunlight can harm them and even potentially kill them. Keep reading to find out the proper bunny care when it comes to preventing your rabbit from suffering from the heat or sun.