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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

Help! My Rabbit Doesn't Eat - Cause for Concern?

Posted by Jessica Miley on Thu, Jun 05, 2014 @ 09:00 AM

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?

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Tags: Diet, Health, Gastrointestinal

Yuck! How to Keep Your Bunny's Butt Clean

Posted by Jason Krueger on Wed, Apr 16, 2014 @ 04:30 PM

If you’ve noticed a not-so-pleasant smell coming from your rabbit’s hutch, and part of your normal rabbit care routine is keeping a clean living environment for your bun, then you better check its hind quarters. Your rabbit may be suffering from fecal matter stuck to its behind known simply as “poopy butt rabbits.”

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Tags: Health, Gastrointestinal

How Much is Too Much When Feeding Pet Rabbits Treats?

Posted by Paige Gilbert on Thu, Feb 20, 2014 @ 08:00 AM

By: Jessica Miley

Did you know that a rabbit has a digestive system that is closer to a horse than that of a rodent? Their intestines are sensitive to fatty and starchy foods. Rabbit’s diets should consist of water, hay, pellets, vegetables and fruits. It is important to not only know what can rabbits eat but how much you should feed your rabbit and to know how much your rabbit should weigh before they become under or overweight.

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Tags: Diet, Timothy Hay, Health, Gastrointestinal