If he's very tame you can give him a bath with baby shampoo. Otherwise, clean his cage at least once a day. Although rabbits do tend to go to the bathroom in the same spots, a dirty cage will still smell. If you already do that, try using cedar chips for bedding. Cedar chips smell nice.
When you say your rabbit smells bad, do you mean the poo? A rabbit itself wouldn't smell as they don't have sweat glands.
Rabbits are very clean animals and they don't smell. It's their pee that would smell as it has higher ammonia content.
It's important to clean up after your pet, like you would with any pet. You can use vinegar to clean the cage areas. Don't use any cleaning products. Just dish soap and water.
As for cleaning the rabbit itself, rabbits do not need baths. In fact, they don't like water, unless it's for drinking. If a rabbit has diarrhea then you would bathe the butt area only.
by jackie1004 7 years ago
my new born bunny just died after 3 weeks. i can't figure it out how he died. do you know?how do you treat newborn bunny? do you give carrots and water, too?do you need to walk him regularly?
by Elsie Nelson 6 years ago
Okay, so not too long ago I posted a similar thread asking for help naming my new dog. I got so many great responses and ideas, I thought I'd throw this one out to the community as well. Anyway, I've dreamed of having a rabbit for many years and it finally came true for Christmas. ...
by emine 3 years ago
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by thehertler97 2 years ago
What is wrong with my rabbit?? please helpi have a 6 month old rabbit named Pip Squeak and he cant walk very well and leans to his left side and falls alot and his left ear is down but his right ear is up and its mother bit of the tip of his right ear I felt his legs but they don't seem to be...
by deergha 6 years ago
What you are smelling of now?What kind of perfume or any smell you are wearing now?
by Robie Benve 4 years ago
Rabbit meat - do you see it as a acceptable thing to eat, or does it gross you out?Assuming you eat other meats, would you eat and enjoy rabbit in a dish?
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