Rabbit Care

The most important thing you can do for your rabbit is to be an educated, responsible owner. In order to do this, you need to be as prepared, in advance, as much as possible.  While it’s true that rabbits are very intelligent, like all animals – they still cannot speak; therefore you have to know what they need, how often they need it, and what to look out for along the way.

In addition to providing the essentials such as their nutritional needs and housing, they rely on you for providing their grooming needs, and taking care of preventing and treating all health-care related issues. Furthermore, they must consistently have basic health checks; including but not limited to kit care and making well-informed decisions regarding spaying/neutering.  The costs of all of these things can vary greatly, depending on the number of rabbits, what breeds you have, and what their individual needs are.

  • How do I make my Rabbit molt?

    Forcing a molt on any rabbit is only something that someone with experience should attempt to do. While it generally is a safe process, it could prove to result in gut mobility or other problems. Also, the only reason that would really justify forcing a molt would be if...
  • How do I keep my Rabbit in top condition?

    As important as it is to introduce all new things slowly, it is equally important to not change routines. All rabbits require the same basic nutritional needs; water, hay, and feed. Whatever variable of feed you find that works best for you, stick to it. Most rabbit exhibitors have...
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    How to trim a Rabbits teeth

    Clipping rabbit’s teeth should not be taken lightly. First and foremost, before you consider clipping teeth, you should be absolutely sure that it needs done. If it is required, it is recommended to have a Vet do the job. Does you rabbit has malocclusion? If your bunny has Malocclusion,...
  • How to clean a Rabbit Cage

    Providing your rabbits with a safe and clean home is one of the most important things you can do for him. The cleanliness of his house also greatly affects his health, as it does with any living thing, and it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that all...
  • How do I transport my rabbit?

    Any person who gets a rabbit will need a safe way to transport the bunny, even if it is only to pick him up and take him home. It is never safe or acceptable practice to allow any rabbit to roam around in a moving vehicle. This can cause...
  • How to determine the sex of my rabbit?

    Every rabbit owner wants, and potentially needs to know if their bunny is a buck (male) or doe (female).  This is one of the first questions that is always asked, and rightfully so, even if for no other reason than not wanting to name your new friend “Fluffy” when...
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    How do I pose my rabbit for pictures?

    Who doesn’t love pretty pictures of bunnies? Adding little props only adds to the cuteness, and enhances the ability to show off your little furry friend’s natural beauty. But what about those of us who are not so gifted in the photo-taking skills department? You know, every picture you...
  • How do I litter train my rabbit?

    Litter training a rabbit is no harder than litter training a kitten. In essence, rabbits are clean animals by nature. Domesticating them has not changed that factor. In fact, most rabbits will naturally choose one specific corner of their cage as their main bathroom spot, regardless of it there...
  • New Rabbit owner’s guide

    With your new rabbit now safely in your hands, you may find yourself with a lot of questions. This is why we are here – to help you in every aspect of rabbit ownership, from what to buy, how to buy it , who to buy from, which breed...