Why isn't your guinea pig drinking water? This article explains how much water guinea pigs need and when to worry about your guinea pig's water intake.
Learn about the best types of bedding for pet rats, including paper pellet bedding, straw pellet bedding, cloth bedding and more. Also learn about what bedding not to use with your precious rats.
If your rat is scared, shy or aggressive, learn how to tame them and make them like you.
Have you ever wondered what worms eat? Or how you can keep a pet worm? This article answers all your questions!
While many rabbits' ears are consistently erect, some rabbits have two floppy ears or one erect ear and one floppy ear. This article discusses several potential causes of floppy ears in rabbits.
Rabbits were meant to roam free. Learn how to set up an outdoor cage with frequent opportunities for daytime outings in your yard or garden.
A powerhead is a device that looks like a little internal filter but has no filter material in it. Learn what this piece of equipment does and why it's useful—or even essential—in some fish tanks.
Healthy fish fry swim normally, and fish breeders know that healthy fry swim about in the tank from the moment they become free-swimming. Other fish fry sink to the bottom and slide—a strong indication of disease. This article will discuss swim bladder disorder in fish.
Straw and hay are both dried grass products that look similar, but while hay is full of nutritional goodness for your rabbit, straw is only good for bedding.
I purchased the Aqua One Betta Barracks system because I had a great deal of bettas and was running out of space to put them. I'd tried the old breeder's trick of cleaning out soda bottles and soldering holes in the sides for water movement...
Guinea pigs are social animals who thrive in the company of both other cavies and their human keepers. Here are three fun activities you can do with your guinea pig that will keep you both entertained during playtime.
One of the banes of any fish-keeper's life (and perhaps one of the joys, too) is putting together a tank of fish that don't slaughter each other. Large cichlids, such as Jack Dempseys and Oscar fish, are particularly difficult.
If you like to do things yourself and save money in the process, building your own rabbit hutch is an excellent way to create a home for your bunny rabbits.
When raising small fish fry, the first challenge you'll run into is one that involves feeding invisible food to invisible fish. The first kind of food young fry of small fish species need is called infusoria. Learn how to culture it in this article.
If you spend any amount of time with a bunny, you will notice how much their cute little noses twitch. But why does a bunny twitch its nose so much, and what can you learn from their nose-twitching?
Is it okay for a bunny to eat chicken scraps? The answer is no. Learn why rabbits should only eat plant-sourced foods like grass, hay, and vegetables.
I pee where I wish to, human... Jenni asks this question: How do I stop my rabbit from pooping on the couch when he is litter box trained? He knows how to use the litter box but every chance he gets, (usually when I can't see him) he runs over...
With beautiful finnage and a relatively gentle temperament, synodontis catfish are omnivorous scavengers that will eat algae, pellets, flakes and even live food. Some people regard synodontis as being rabid killers, but if kept with larger cichlids, they do quite well.
There are many species of synodontis, and there are many hybrids and crossbreeds between the species which pop up as well, quite often in pet shops.
Bunnies can make great pets for kids, but some types of rabbits make better companions for children than others.
See the bunny in the picture there? Well its not fake, some rabbits really can get that big! They are known as giant rabbits, and a popular breed of such rabbits are Flemish Giant rabbits. Most Flemish Giant rabbits won't get anywhere near that big,...
Keep your bunny entertained with games, toys, and fun "projects" to work on.
There are all sorts of fun, commercially available toys for rabbits. These are great for entertaining your pet and keeping its mind busy.
Sometimes it's hard to tell whether rabbits are sick or not. Here are five signs that may indicate that your bunny is not feeling well.
Choosing a name for your bunny is one of the fun things about getting a new rabbit. But sometimes it's just so hard to find the right inspiration. Your bunny's name shouldn't just be cute, it should also be easy for the rabbit to understand.
Rabbits do not communicate with words, so sometimes it is hard to tell if they love you. Here are some signs that can let you know.
When getting a cage for your bunny, it is important to remember that the cage needs to accommodate the size that the rabbit will grow to, not necessarily the size that the bunny is at the time you buy the cage. Read on to find out more.
Rabbits are very territorial creatures. In the wild they normally make their own burrows separately from other rabbits, choosing when they wish to socialize, and when they wish to be alone. A bunny's burrow is a very private place, and the bunny...
Can you put your bunny in clothes? Yes, but there are a few things you should keep in mind.
As little fuzzy balls of fluff, Jersey Woolly rabbits are beautiful animals, and they make beautiful pets.
Learn all about Rex rabbits in this helpful guide. These rabbits are soft and cuddly little creatures that make for great pets.
A relatively under-discussed phenomenon in rabbit-keeping is moulting. Not to worry—moulting is a common occurrence in most cases.
As a new bunny owner, you may notice some undesirable behaviors as you introduce your pet to its new home. Here are some tips on how to avoid these behaviors and discipline your rabbit appropriately.
Do you have a new bunny rabbit? Learn which foods are safe and which are not.
There is a lot to take into consideration when getting any new pet, and that includes buying a bunny. Other sections of this guide deal with what sort of size might be best for you, but size is not the only consideration that one has. A major...
Here at Bunniez, we're always on about how you should keep your rabbit indoors. "Oh, they're so smart and so friendly," you read in practically every article, including the ones detailing how not to get shredded by your angry bunny's teeth and...
Rabbits need their nails/claws trimmed regularly, unless you happen to live with them on rocky outcroppings, in which case they probably have other things to worry about. Rabbits have constantly growing nails, and if they are left to grow unchecked,...
Part of the challenge of rabbit ownership is learning to interact in fun ways with your bunny. Many complain that their rabbits do little but sit around and chew hay, or perhaps run away when they are approached. Both these activities can quickly...
If your bunny seems to regard you with mistrust and suspicion, you should know that this is fairly common rabbit behavior. Learn how to understand and become friends with your bunny.
Just because your rabbit will eat it doesn't mean it's good. Read on for a list of no-nos and things to avoid when feeding your bunny.
If you've ever been to a pet store, then you are probably already familiar with the Mini Lop (also known as the Holland Lop). Learn how big they get, what they're like as pets, and what characteristics are important for show bunnies.
In this article, you will learn all about New Zealand Whites and why they are such popular pets to own.
Learn what you should do if your bunny bites you.
What many people don't realize when they are contemplating getting a rabbit is the sheer amount of time it can take to bond with a bunny. Unlike dogs, who will be licking your face within a day or two, or cats that soon warm up, a rabbit can take,...