Anyone who has had a pet understands that traveling with a furry friend can be a difficult task. When your rabbit is away from the comfort of your home, many challenges can arise, but traveling with rabbits doesn’t need to be a negative experience. From a simple vet trip to taking a plane ride across the country, these tips will help equip you to provide the best rabbit care on any voyage.
Rabbit Hole Hay Blog
Your rabbit has very specific needs when it comes to just about everything. Fulfilling his dietary needs is essential in order to offer him the best life possible. Feeding your rabbit the wrong type of food could result in long term or even life-threatening consequences. It is vital that you understand which type of food to feed to your rabbit depending on his stage of life and state of health. So... What do you feed a baby rabbit versus an adult rabbit? Keep reading to find out.
Rabbits have over 17,000 taste buds so it’s understandable they can be very picky when it comes to their food. We know that timothy hay should make up the majority of an adult rabbit’s diet, but what are you supposed to do when your rabbit won’t eat his food or your rabbit won't eat nuggets of hay? A big reason for this can be that the hay is no longer appetizing to your cotton-tailed friend due to spoilage. Without the proper storage, hay can become unappealing for your bunny to eat and can even make him sick if left under the wrong conditions. Do you know how to keep your bunny food fresh? Keep reading for these handy trips!
If you own a rabbit like me you’ll want to know the insight I’m sharing with you about our behavior and diet. We can be temperamental at times, but we usually have a good reason. We also will eat all the treats you give us, but this isn’t always the healthiest option for us. I’m sharing part two of our rabbit rumors blog with you to ensure my furry friends and I receive the best care and bunnies food possible.
For centuries, false information about caring for pet rabbits has caused rabbits like myself to fall victim to abuse. Due to our seemingly simple nature, rabbits have been misunderstood and mistreated by humans who have heard and perpetuated lies when it comes to caring for a rabbit. For the sake of my friends and I, we hope you are paying close attention.