Do you know what your bunny’s ears are telling you?

Alert When a rabbit is non alert his ears will point straight up and his nose will twitch rapidly. Rabbits’ ears can rotate independently, which means that you may see your rabbit direct his one ear towards a noise and then swivel the other one back and forth to listen for other sounds. Rabbits are […]

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Litter box training your rabbit.

In nature, rabbit’s choose one spot for their toilet. So to train your rabbit, place his litter box in the exact spot that he has chosen. Older rabbits are easier to train, as younger rabbits are still learning boundaries and do not have the attention span. The most important factor is to spay and neuter […]

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Dental problems in Rabbits

Ever wondered why your rabbit wants to gnaw everything? Rabbits are hypsodonts, which means that their teeth grow continually throughout their life. In a normal rabbit the top front teeth slightly overlap the two bottom teeth and are kept worn down by the constant wearing against each other as the rabbit chews. These incisors are […]

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Rabbit Head Tilt

  I have had such a sick bunny.  Pillsbury has had head Tilt.  This is usually caused by an ear infection and when it gets really bad, rabbits have such severe vertigo that they cannot stand up with out rolling over.  My poor boy has been lying flat for 3 weeks in a small padded […]

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Rabbit Care

Rabbits are sweet and gentle by nature and can be very entertaining to watch. One only needs to observe two rabbits zigzagging about to understand why they have captured the hearts of so many rabbit owners. Gone are the days where the rabbit would live in solitude. Rabbit enthusiasts are now suggesting that rabbits should […]

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Frequently Asked Bunny Questions

1. What are the ideal living conditions for a rabbit in suburbia – cage or fenced garden?(I know that they can dig holes underneath a fence.) I like the idea of a safe part of a garden that is fenced off, with a secure cage in this enclosure at least 1.5m x 1m per rabbit. […]

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