Pet Rabbits: Confident Care and Feeding. Here is pet care de-mystified and simplified, so you can keep your pet bunny rabbits healthy and happy for many years.
This page is a must-read if you're still wondering if you'd make a good rabbit owner. Learn about the nature and habits of rabbits, and see if you'd like to fit a pet rabbit into your life and schedule.
Nine Valuable Tips covering all the essentials of pet bunny care. How to best take care of your pet bunny rabbit? It's easy!
The page contains a lot of info; you can scan the headers and find the info you need.
Advance Preparations for Bunny Ownership, tips for understanding a pet bunny's needs ahead of time so you can prepare and then purchase a pet bunny wisely.
This pet rabbit care information list makes it easy to get started confidently caring for your new pet bunny.
This is a checklist for weaning rabbits and buying bunnies. This page will also help dispel some myths and misconceptions about when to wean and at what age your baby rabbits are ready to sell (or purchase).
How to ensure healthy physical surroundings for your pet rabbit. Keep your pet bunny rabbit safe from predators and other dangers.
Bunnies, Bangs, and Booms - protecting your pet rabbits during the LOUD holidays!
This page will help you keep your outside rabbits well watered and fed, and warm and dry during sub-zero weather.
Pet rabbit chewing is a thing! Rabbits chew for the health of their teeth. Learn the dynamics of why, and how to ensure that household items stay off the menu.
A rabbit’s going to do what a rabbit is going to do, and that is CHEW! Check out our Raising Rabbits Chew Sticks! Fruit-infused twigs from a pristine forested environment that are safe for your rabbits to chew.
An experienced rabbit owner explains why toys may be good for your rabbits and offers advice on buying or making your own rabbit toys.
Trimming claws is something you can do yourself with the right tools and tips.
This page addresses the relationship between various types of rabbit cages, both solid-floored and wire floored and the ability of rabbit feet to remain healthy and free of sores.
Rabbit teeth never stop growing. If they become misaligned, either from an injury, a genetic defect, or possibly an inadequate diet, they will need frequent attention.
Obesity can threaten a rabbit's life. Here are many of the factors that contribute to rabbit obesity, how to help an obese rabbit lose weight, and tips for increasing your rabbit's exercise levels.
Whether you are taking your rabbit to the vet, on vacation, or just out shopping, there are things to consider to help your rabbit travel comfortably and stress free.
Specific rabbit verbiage used in connection to raising and caring for rabbits, including pet rabbits.
Fascinating facts about rabbit brains, instincts, how they think, fear vs pain. Facts about rabbits that shed light on contentment in rabbits.
Does your pet need a rabbit buddy? Eight facts about rabbits which will help you better understand and take care of your pet house or hutch rabbits.
We get a lot of questions about pet bunnies. So we decided to create a FAQ list with answers to your hard or elusive questions about pet and show rabbits.
The BunnyVac is licensed in the USA for use in well rabbits to protect against pasteurellosis. Plus, anecdotal reports indicate that in sick rabbits, the BunnyVac has reduced or eliminated symptoms in some rabbits. Learn more about rabbit vaccine immunity here.
Here is an incredibly long list of rabbit names, and clearly we missed some, as some visitors have added their comments to the end of the page. (Thanks!) Maybe you'd like to check out the rabbit names and then let us know how you like to name your rabbits.
Since the word "pet" actually refers to the role you wish the animal to play in your life, it doesn't actually matter much which breed of rabbit you choose as a pet. Nevertheless, some breeds of domestic rabbits are favorites among pet owners. The page will link you to those breeds often chosen as pets, and also to the main Rabbit Breeds pages.
Rabbits make terrific classroom pets. Do you teach children in grammar school (K-6)? Then hop over and learn how you can enrich your kids and get some moolah to help pay for the project.
Learn about the unlikely bond between a human and rabbit, formed through a mutual understanding of boundaries, trust and respect.
Hilarious and surprising, it's sure to fuel the continuing debate - can rabbits breed through fences?! What do you think??
Raising-Rabbits is the original home of the hanging rabbit cage and PVC hutch frame combination. They are the cage system that Aurora Rex Rabbit Ranch uses in their barn.
We built them ourselves, and so can you.
Pet Rabbit Living Spaces provides all the plans for make-it-yourself hutch frames, runs, pens, and cages that are excellent for pet rabbit owners, for use both outside and inside the home.
Purchase below, or click on the picture or the title link to learn more. World of Raising Rabbits is where you can find info on all our e-books, including this one.
House rabbits with litter boxes and rabbits in stacked cages with drop pans will need some kind of bedding or litter.
Our Rabbit Bedding page explores the options, and links to additional information.
The animal rights movement has been battering the pet rabbit arena for years, creating turmoil and confusion. What's cruel? What's not cruel?
The attack on your healthy and humane animal practices is intended to cast doubt on your ability to keep rabbits. Their end game is, eventually, to convince legislators to legislate away your right to keep animals at all.
We at Raising-Rabbits have borne some of the brunt of the storm for you, and as a result have written several articles on Animal Rights topics. You yourself must be secure and solid in your mind of the critical importance of animals for the survival of humanity, and the value of pets as emotional comfort and enjoyment.
A domestic rabbit, in YOUR cage, has a stress level hovering somewhere near zero, once he becomes familiar with you and your home. If he were out in the wild and left to his devices, he would be terrified for his life, hiding under rocks and burrows, and darting from bush to bush. It's only a matter of time before a hawk or coyote would end its life violently.
1) Don't feel sorry for caged rabbits. They have it very good. (Remember - they don't think like you do.) Treat your rabbit kindly, fill its needs, give it pieces of wood or other articles they can gnaw on. They will help keep the teeth short and its attention captured. You can feel confident that their fear levels are minimal and they are happy with you for a friend.
2) It's not kind or wise to release a domestic rabbit into the wild. (It is illegal to release non-native species into the environment.) They haven't a clue how to stay safe, having been raised in a cage and having had every need provided.
That said, in some climates, feral rabbits thrive, breed, become destructive forces in the environment destroying vegetation, and then become vectors and transmitters of disease and parasites to other domestic and native cottontail rabbit populations.
When the local rabbit population rises, so does the predator
population. As coyotes and foxes move in, they'll catch whatever doesn't run
fast enough -- whether feral rabbits or your favorite Persian or American Curl
Is your rabbit entertaining? Fun? Or not? I'll bet lots of other pet rabbit owners would love to hear it!
Write your own page and tell the world about your pet rabbit. You can include up to 4 pictures, too.
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Death of Pet Bunny
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