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Getting a Rabbit to Eat: What about fruits?

Posted by Jessica Miley on Fri, Aug 29, 2014 @ 09:14 AM


Getting a rabbit to eat can be a challange, especially when they have been given less than healthy food choices prior to starting to make them healthy. We know that you want to give the healthiest rabbit food to your little bun. With rabbits having sensitive digestive systems it would be easy to give them fruits and vegetables that could easily make them sick or even worse could potentially kill them. So please take the take to educate yourself and read the approved list of fruits that your rabbit can eat below.

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Tags: Diet, Health

DIY Rabbit Food Recipe That Will Dazzle Your Rabbit’s Taste Buds

Posted by Jessica Miley on Wed, Aug 27, 2014 @ 12:06 PM

Making your little bun a treat might not be the first thing that you think of when researching rabbit food and how best to take care of your pet. But making these treats can help you save money and also ensure that you know what ingredients are being fed to your rabbit.

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Tags: Diet, Treats

What is the Importance of Checking Your Rabbits Teeth

Posted by Raquel Royers on Tue, Aug 26, 2014 @ 09:00 AM

In order for your rabbit to be as healthy as can be and not develop any dental disorders, you need to feed it the proper diet and provide good rabbit care. If a rabbit’s dental issues get severe they can create other health issues or even result in death.

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Tags: Health, Vets

Keep Your Senior Bun Healthy With First Or Second Cut Hay For Rabbits

Posted by Jessica Miley on Fri, Aug 22, 2014 @ 03:28 PM

Now that your little bun has become old enough to get a senior discount at the hay buffet, it is time to understand what you should expect to happen as she ages. Your bouncing rabbit becomes an elderbun at the age of 8 years old. Just like when your rabbit was a baby bunny, adjusting her diet and figuring out what she can and can’t digest properly is crucial. She also may become picky all over again! Here are a few things about her diet, specifically about first or second cut hay for rabbits that you need to be aware of.

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Tags: Diet, Orchard Grass

3 Common Health Issues in Rabbits That May Be Why They Won't Eat

Posted by Jessica Miley on Fri, Aug 15, 2014 @ 03:27 PM


Are you having a hard time getting your rabbit to eat? Sometimes a rabbit won't eat new pellets even though you bought the extra expensive special ones and sometimes a rabbit isn't feeling well. It is important to understand that rabbits aren’t like humans. We may lose our appetite when we are feeling well and still be okay. If your rabbit isn’t eating, this can be a sign of a serious health issue that is making her loose her appetite. It is not okay for rabbits to lose their appetites. When you see your rabbit not eating, make sure that you take her to the vet. Here are 3 common health issues in rabbits that you should be worried about.

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Tags: Diet, Health

What Does It Mean When Your Rabbit Nudges You?

Posted by Raquel Royers on Wed, Aug 13, 2014 @ 03:14 PM

Hmmm? What does it mean when your rabbit nudges you? Your sweet little bunny runs over to you and nudges her head on your leg. You think to yourself, “oh no big deal—it’s just love.” But then she does it again, with even more force this time. That little stinker! Why does she keep ramming her head at you? You already fed her and show her plenty of love. What gives?

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Tags: Care, Behavior

Rabbit Diet: An Apple a Day Won’t Keep the Vet Away

Posted by Jessica Miley on Fri, Aug 08, 2014 @ 12:00 PM

 We know that you want what’s best for your rabbit. You are one step ahead of the game in knowing the best rabbit care, the best hay and the best products for your little bun. But what happens when your beloved pet doesn’t eat and you don’t know what to do? It is time to act fast! Do you know what to do when you can’t get your rabbit to eat?

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Tags: Diet, Health, Gastrointestinal

Will a Rabbit Get Along with Other Pets? Read this First!

Posted by Raquel Royers on Wed, Aug 06, 2014 @ 02:46 PM

A rabbit and a dog, cuddling and acting as best friends? Pshh, never in a million years! The dog would instantly grab that bunny out of instinct, right? Wrong! It is possible to have your rabbits get along with other pets - dogs, cats, birds, rodents, etc. However, before you introduce your rabbit to another pet, read these tips!

Need proof? Give this quick video a watch. Plus it has a cuteness level of about 1000!

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Tags: Care, Behavior