• Rabbit Diet – What to feed a Rabbit

    Rabbit Diet – What to feed a Rabbit

    Feeding your rabbit a healthy diet is essential to your rabbit’s health. Bad diets can easily result in serious illness and/or death, so it is essential that you know what your rabbit should eat. Bunnies are able to eat large quantities of food. What bunnies eat in the wild is subject to availability, meaning that they eat lots of greens...

     
  • Rabbit Facts

    Rabbit Facts

    Rabbit’s eyes are located on the sides of the head, rather than directly in front, with each eye having a 190 degree field of vision. This allows the Rabbit to see anything that approaches it from the back or sides. This a benefit for rabbits, since they are prey to many animals. Because their eyes are set on the sides...

     
  • Rabbit House – Preparing Your Rabbit’s House

    Rabbit House – Preparing Your Rabbit’s House

    Preparing a rabbit house before your rabbit comes home is important to ensure that your rabbit is safe when he arrives, and you have as little worry as possible. You will want to enjoy him, not go shopping for this or that. Have it all available for him right off the bat. Make your rabbit a home that’s comfortable and...

     
  • Rabbit Diseases

    Rabbit Diseases

    Many Rabbit Diseases can be fatal if not taken care of in a timely manner by an experienced rabbit vet. Waiting too long can result in very expensive vet bills and many times death. Most of the time, bunnies get sick due to an imbalance in their digestive system. They have bacterial and fungal flora in their intestines which are...

     
  • Rabbit litter box

    Rabbit litter box

    Litter box training your bunny is fairly easy since your bunny naturally chooses a certain location to eliminate himself. Your bunny’s first day home should be spent in his cage. He needs to define where his home is and feel safe in his surroundings before he is allowed freedom. He should be using his litter box regularly before he is...

     
  • Treating Your Rabbit Right

    Treating Your Rabbit Right

    Many people are under the wrong impression that bunnies are happy to be caged in a hutch in the backyard. Many times this poor neglected animal never gets fresh water and food, and is not able to become part of the family or have freedom to romp and play. Additionally, bunnies are usually the first pick for a starter pet...

     
  • Bunny Proofing Your Home

    Bunny Proofing Your Home

    The first step to having a house bun is to bun proof your home and prepare for your bunnies arrival. There are many things in your house that are dangerous to your bunny and tempting for him to chew on or eat. This is important since your bunny can be electrocuted from chewing on cords. Also, look around: Are there...

     
  • Rabbit Buying Guide

    Rabbit Buying Guide

    Rabbits are a popular choice among people to raise as pets. Yes, they can be housetrained very well, but there are some things that you should consider before making the move to actually get a rabbit and bring them home. That way you are prepared and are not as shocked when certain things happen.   You Have To Be Able...

     
  • Rabbits Facts

    Rabbits Facts

    Did you know that rabbits were raised by humans as far back as 600 B.C.? That is just one of many fun facts that make rabbits such a special animal. I have gathered some of the most interesting facts to share with you in this article. Oryctolagus Cuniculus is the scientific name for a rabbit. A European rabbit is the...

     
  • Rabbit Guide

    Rabbit Guide

    Domesticated rabbits are now right up there in the thick of things as far as the most widely owned animals as pets. They are always exciting, and much like other animals come in a variety of shapes and sizes too. You can find them owned by both apartment owners and home owners. They are extremely smart and naturally curious about...