Are you unsure about whether or not to vaccinate your rabbit? What rabbit vaccinations would they need? If you haven't figured this out yet, rabbits are not dogs and cats, that’s part of what makes them so great, right? There are only a few situations that you would need to vaccinate your rabbit. Read on to find out how to provide the best rabbit care when it comes to vaccinations.
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If you are new to rabbit care, specifically how to house your rabbit, don’t fret! We are here to give you a quick rundown on the different options you have to keep your rabbit happy and safe so you can figure out which is best for your little bun. Remember the bigger the space that you can give your rabbit the better! Rabbits need to have space to roam around, play and have access to the essentials that need to be in their cage, rabbit hutch, etc.
A rabbit cage, sometimes called an indoor rabbit hutch, is normally made of wire and is commonly what is used when you want your pet rabbit inside. The minimum should be at least 12 sq. ft. There should be plenty of space for basic rabbit care needs which include food and water bowl, litter box, a place for her to sleep and space for her to freely hop around. The height of the cage should no shorter than the height of your rabbit when she reaches up on her hind legs.
Care for rabbits as pets comes with a lot of responsibilities. If you choose to liter train your rabbit you will have to consider different types of liter for their litterbox.Choosing what type of rabbit litters for a rabbit isn’t as easy as it is for a pet cat. Keep reading to learn more!
Being a pet owner is something that is truly amazing. While it’s often a lot of work it’s definitely worth it to most animal-loving people. Being a rabbit owner is even better and only people who have had rabbits as pets can attest to this and truly understand the beauty of it. Am I right?
Hay is one of the single most important things to your rabbit. It’s high in fiber, great for wearing down your rabbit’s teeth, and offers many nutrients essential to your rabbit’s health. Getting your rabbit to eat is usually never a problem, but eating the right thing can be. If your rabbit is not eating anything at all, you should contact your veterinarian immediately. Not eating can be a very big indicator of other issues. But if your rabbit simply just won’t eat his timothy hay, then there are some steps you can take.
Just like humans, some rabbits are born with disabilities. The type of disabilities that rabbit’s are born with can range. Today we are going to talk about splayed leg/splayed legs in rabbits. What are splayed legs? What does it mean for your rabbit? How can you help? What to do with splayed legs in bunny? All of these questions will be answered.
Winter is coming. The summer is ending and with it goes the warm nights and hot days that your bunny thrives in. With the turning of the seasons, knowing how to keep your rabbits warm in the winter is very important.
When pet rabbits don’t eat bad things can happen and can happen quickly. We have a friend who unfortunately learned this the hard way. It is amazing how fast things in life can change. You go from enjoying your day-to-day life with your pet rabbit to suddenly noticing that something isn’t quite right, like noticing your bun didn’t eat her rabbit food this morning. That could be the starting point for everything changing for your furry friend. That is the beginning of this short story with a hopeful ending.
Have you ever asked yourself, "How can I get my rabbit to eat hay?" Getting your rabbit to eat hay is a big deal because hay is one of the single most important things for your pet rabbit’s diet. Rabbits don’t usually need a lot of prompting to eat. However, they do need a bit of prompting to eat the right thing. If you’ve noticed that your pet rabbit isn’t nibbling on its hay you need a solution now to keep him healthy. Get started at your rabbit’s very next feeding by trying the quick tricks below.
Your pet rabbit does a pretty good job of keeping itself clean. After all, it’s in its nature to do so and groom itself. However, as the pet owner it’s your responsibility to ensure that they have the proper rabbit care so that if they do slack a little on the grooming they have your help. Just like you, sometimes there’s spots they just can’t reach! Do you have the question "I don't brush my rabbit, Should I be brushing my rabbit?" Then keep reading!