Do you want to have a cute costume to put on your fury little friend? Whether it be for a photo shoot or a costume contest, there are several options for your little bun for Halloween costumes that will sure to please! But first let’s go over some rabbit care safety tips for costumes to keep your rabbit safe.Read More
Rabbit Hole Hay Blog
You’re sitting on your couch and you’re suddenly hit with a craving. Oh gosh, you don’t know exactly what it is that you want but you do know that whatever it is, it needs to be sweet. Uh oh, that dreaded sweet tooth is back. It creeps up on you every few days or so and it’s usually at night time when you’re watching your favorite show. Your rabbit is snuggled up next to you and you start to think, does he ever have this type of craving? Not just a craving for rabbit food, but a sweet craving.Read More
The fall brings with it so many wonderful things. Cooler weather, warm sweaters, comfort food, and cozy fires. In many cultures it’s the time of year of celebration for the harvest and an end to another good year. There are some common traditions celebrated this time of year that your pet rabbit will surely be a part of.Read More
Ouch! Have you noticed that your rabbit gives you little nibbles that don't feel the best? Rabbit bites can hurt! There are a few different meanings to your rabbit giving you little bites that can vary depending on how your rabbit is feeling. If your bunny is just giving you gentle nibbles, then your rabbit is showing love by "grooming" you. But what does it mean when your rabbit is biting you and it hurts? Keep reading to learn the answer to "why do bunnies bit?'
While the majority of your rabbit’s diet should be timothy hay, you know that they will be eating other foods, and things that you don’t exactly want them to eat. Rabbits are curious little creatures but they also start chewing on everything if they’re not receiving all of the proper rabbit foods in their diet. Do you ask how do I stop my rabbits from eating cardboard? Let's take a second to first find out if it's bad for rabbits to eat cardboard.Read More
The leaves are changing and the fall season is underway. What do rabbits eat to celebrate fall while you are enjoying your pumpkin spice latte? We have a homemade rabbit food recipe that your rabbit will be sure to love and keep her little stomach happy and healthy too. Do you know why that matters?
The holidays are on their way and will be here before we know it. This can be such a joyous time of year but also a stressful one, especially for your pet rabbit. There’s extra commotion going on around the house, guests coming and going, the weather has changed and there are lots of decorations and food within reach.
Rabbits are very social creatures that are in need of companionship. Sometimes, humans can’t give as much interaction with their rabbits. Do you think your rabbit is lonely? Are you away from home for long periods of time for work or your social life? If this is the case then it may be time to introduce your little bun to a new friend. But how do you do that?
When you think about what your rabbit is able to eat you most likely think that the majority of vegetables and fruits should be ok, right? Well, unfortunately there are some foods out there [even if they are natural and seem safe] that can potentially harm your rabbit and cause them to get sick or have an adverse reaction and should not be used as rabbit food. Keep reading on to find out the answer to "what do rabbits like to eat" and for a comprehensive bunny food list!
You may have heard that rabbits are very fertile and will use any opportunity to procreate. With shelters and rescues housing over 33,000 rabbits, it is important to do everything that you can to prevent any unwanted pregnancies. If you want another rabbit, please consider adopting before breeding. In the meantime, let’s focus on the reasons for rabbit neutering and spaying. If you're already convinced we cover how much to neuter a rabbit at the end.
Rabbit Mating Basics
Rabbits can reach sexual maturity at around 4 months old! The male rabbits can mate at an average of 5-7 times a day. Female rabbits are more picky about when they will allow mating when they are in heat. An interesting fact about female rabbits: They can carry two different pregnancies at once! The gestational period of a pregnancy is roughly 30 days. If this isn't convincing you as to why we recommend neutering rabbits read on.