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Easter Infographic: 12 Things You Didn't Know About Rabbits
Just in time for Easter, check out vetstreet.com's infographic to learn 12 fun facts about bunnies and rabbits.
A toy rabbits will go crazy for! | BinkyBunny
And YOU can make it! I just took a brown paper lunch bag, punched some stars into it, filled it with hay and treats, and tied it up. My rabbits totally went CRAZY for it! I was so surprised! They are having a ball tearing it up and getting the treats and hay out. […]
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How to Teach Your Rabbit to Come when Called
How to Teach Your Rabbit to Come when Called. A rabbit can be a great pet but it is very different from a cat or a dog. Unlike dogs, rabbits are not naturally obedient.http://www.bio.miami.edu/hare/training.html They are super smart and...
Bunnies and their grass :) - Rabbits United Forum
I've been growing grass for my buns in an old dog bed to liven up their big boring run :) I've given them a handful or so every day for a few weeks to get them used to it, and yesterday I put the whole thing in. Fern was a bit suspicious at first but they both loved it! :love::love::love: http://i1327.photobucket.com/albums/u675/jessicapig/b535d5bb56f206625f8e63b3aebd9753_zpsdab172f8.jpg…
Gallery of recommended rabbit housing | Rabbit hutch photos | Pictures of alternative living areas for bunnies
Gallery of rabbit homes. Hutches, sheds, child's playhouse. The Animal Welfare Act states the minimum is a 6ft x 2ft x 2ft hutch if living outdoors with an additional secure area measuring at least 8ft x 4ft x 4ft to exercise. A large bedroom space is essential to lock your bunnies in at night to keep them safe from predators, so a shed with attached run is ideal.