Despite our countless efforts to keep our bunnies safe and sound, accidents happen. Illnesses invade, and our furry family members may consume plants, chemicals, or inedible, life threatening objects. When these moments do arise, is it important that we as pet parents are prepared to respond to our rabbits needs immediately. If you think your rabbit is poisoned, please take them to the vet immediately. If you are unsure, there are several poison hotlines that can assist you.Read More
Rabbit Hole Hay Blog
When you’re looking at your little bun, and she is cuddled up happy and healthy next to you do you ever wonder how she became so wonderful? Go through all the decisions you have ever made and all of the sacrifices that you have made just to make sure that your pet rabbit is the healthiest she can be. Let’s take some time to recognize the vets for rabbits that care for our loved buns because rabbit vet care is important.Read More
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.
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.
Have you gone to the vet with your rabbit and you felt that they don’t have the amount of confidence when answering your questions? Well we want you to trust your rabbit vet and know that your he or she is reputable and actually knows more than a thing or two about rabbits.