Not sure why you might want to unless it has matts and tangles in it's coat or you are in a hot climate with a very fluffy rabbit. Either way I would advise using a vet to do this as rabbits have quite loose skin, and it is all too easy to accidentally cut into the flesh instead of just the hair.
by rochelj6 years ago
Have you ever cut your hair to get rid of knots or tangles?
by Sherrie Weynand9 months ago
Should the US focus on combatting climate change instead of continuing our fossil fuel dependency?
by jenniferrenee7 years ago
I just got a one year old bunny and she'll let me pet and rub her but she wont let me pick her up?I picked her up twice the first two days we had her easily, but now she runs away from me and scratches the floor of her...
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