The Great Big New Rabbit Care Guide - Almost Everything You Need To Know About Taking Care Of Your New Bunny
So you have a new pet rabbit! Congratulations! This could be the start of a relationship that may span up to 10 + years. There are a great deal of misconceptions about rabbit keeping however, and these articles are designed to give new rabbit owners the basic facts they need to keep their rabbits happy and healthy.
This is by no means a comprehensive guide, but you should be able to find the answers to your basic queries here. If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to leave them in the comments box at the bottom, and I will do my best to answer them for you, or point you in the right direction.
What To Feed Your Rabbit
A good place to start, what do rabbits eat? You might think you know, but if lettuce is on that list, you don't, so read this before you go putting anything in the rabbit's cage that he or she might eat.
What NOT To Feed Your Rabbit
There are a great deal of things that you shouldn't feed a rabbit owing to their rather sensitive digestive systems. This is a must read for new rabbit owners, as many of the foods that have traditionally been regarded as "rabbit foods" are in fact, poisonous to bunnies.
Litter Training Your Bunny
This is a great one for any rabbit owner who wants to have their rabbit indoors with them. On average, rabbits take to litter training much quicker than cats and dogs, so read up here on how you can have a nice clean addition to your family life.
What Litter To Use
Speaking of litter, here's a hub that deals with various types of litter. Some of the commercially available types of litter are actually poisonous and/ or potentially lethal to rabbits, so you're going to want to get this one right.
If your rabbit is going to be indoors, you need to take the time to make sure your house is safe for your bunny, and your house is safe from your bunny. These tips will get you off to a good start.
Desexing Your Rabbit - Why is it important?
In many areas of the world it is almost unheard of to desex a rabbit. This article tells you why you absolutely should have your rabbit desexed.
How To Get Your Rabbit To Like You
Your rabbit is probably pretty timid and shy. If you're having trouble getting along with your new rabbit, this is a hub that may help.
How To Handle Your Rabbit
Handling is very important if your rabbit is to become friendly, and also for situations such as vet visits and grooming.
How To Trim Your Rabbit's Nails
Your rabbit's nails are going to need to be trimmed on a regular basis. Here's how to do it.
How To Discipline Your Rabbit
What to do when your bunny does those naughty things that bunnies sometimes do.