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Baby Bunny Care

Baby Bunny Care

Tips for baby bunny care Rabbits often reach their maturity around the age of four months old and are considered adults at this age. It’s often recommended people wait to adopt a pet rabbit into their family until this age. In the case you adopt a baby bunny, here are three things you should know about baby bunny care. They are active and destructive. Baby bunnies are full of energy and spunk! They like to be active and run around, which makes them difficult to hold. In fact, they may not like...
Rabbit Care: 8 Things You Need to Know

Rabbit Care: 8 Things You Need to Know

How to Take Care of a Bunny Perhaps you’re interested in getting a pet rabbit, but you’re unsure of how to care for it. Maybe you just brought your new bunny home and realize you don’t know much about having a pet rabbit. Wherever you might be in the journey, it’s important to know some key facts about house bunnies and the best way to care for them. Here are eight things you need to know about rabbit care. Proofing Your House Whether your rabbit is allowed to roam free on a regular basis or...
Rabbit Fleas: Treatment and Prevention

Rabbit Fleas: Treatment and Prevention

How did my rabbit get fleas? Like dogs and cats, pet rabbits can easily fall victim to fleas. Rabbit fur provides an ideal environment for fleas to hide, lay their eggs, and multiply. Your rabbit may have contracted fleas from a variety of sources, including other pets in the home. Fleas may be transferred directly from animal to animal if your rabbit comes into contact with other pets, including other infected rabbits. These insects may also be transferred from infected pets to carpets, rugs,...
Why Do Rabbits Thump Their Feet

Why Do Rabbits Thump Their Feet

Rabbits are some of the cutest animals that you can have as pets. They are very quiet creatures that have evolved to be extremely observant of their surroundings, so if you can’t see them, you probably wouldn’t notice a rabbit sitting between your feet. Rabbits usually don’t use sound to communicate with each other, with the exception of grunting or thumping  every once in a while. Thumping is a curious rabbit behavior that is usually not well understood by people. Why is my...
Lionhead Rabbit – Facts, Lifespan, Furry Mane

Lionhead Rabbit – Facts, Lifespan, Furry Mane

Lionhead Rabbits – THE BUNNY BREAKTHROUGH Having a cat or a dog as a companion can be rather cliché but if your deepest desire is to have a fur ball friend who looks like a miniature version of a lion, the Lionhead Rabbit is sure to make you weak in the knees. Just one look at this adorable little bunny and one run of your fingers through its fluffy, lion like mane around his head is enough for you to pack him up and take him home. These little guys are one of the newer breeds of...