Do rabbits need baths

Does a rabbit need a bath?

***Moderator Comment***
Glad you asked.
The short answer is No.
Here's the explanation: Rabbits are meticulous cleaners, will keep their coats in good condition. Plus, their fur is dense, and if you bathe the bunny, you'll be in for a long haul getting it completely dry again. (And if it stays damp, it could lose body heat and get sick.)

But, you can definitely spot-clean a rabbit on the rare occasion it might need it. By spot-clean, we mean mostly just water and then a towel-dry.

If by chance the bunny gets a touch of diarrhea, you can put his hiney in the sink near tepid running water and rinse out the dirty area. Blot-dry with a towel, and let the rabbit finish the job for you.

Good luck, and God bless you,

Click here to post comments

Return to Info on Rabbits.

Protected by Copyscape Plagiarism Check Software