long-haired rabbit breeds

Long Haired Rabbit Breeds | 7 Most Popular

Long haired rabbits are cute, cuddly, and can be fantastic pets. And there are many options to consider. Long haired rabbit breeds can vary greatly in size, color, and the amount of maintenance they require.  So when choosing the perfect furry friend for your family, think about whether you want a tiny bunny or a…

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How High Can Rabbits Jump? (Stop them escaping!)

Have you ever wondered, how high can rabbits jump? They can jump a whopping four feet high, though most of the time they’ll jump no higher than two. They simply need the proper motivation to jump the entire four. Perhaps they’ll see something that could make a nice snack. Or, maybe they’ll simply become bored…

smallest rabbit in the world

The Smallest Rabbit in the World (Columbia Basin Pygmy)

Many pet rabbit owners ask their local pet store for a small or dwarf pet rabbit. Often due to limitations on space or hutch size. They are then offered the usual smaller pet rabbits. These are not the smallest rabbits in the world. Yes, they are small rabbit breeds but not the smallest. So, what…

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How Do Rabbits Feed Their Babies?

If your pet rabbit has given birth to kittens or kits as they are called. You may be wondering what you need to do to feed them or wondering if the mother will feed them? Let’s reassure you and give you the information you’ll need to ensure your baby rabbits are correctly taken care of….

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How to Tell How Old a Baby Rabbit Is? Age, Size, and Weight

Are you wondering how old a store-bought bunny is? Or one that you caught in the wild? Before adopting a wild rabbit, you may wish to double-check that they are truly no longer with their mother. Sometimes, she is nearby, taking a few-hour break. Newborn rabbits weigh 1-1.5 Ounces, at 2-3 weeks baby rabbits will…

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Can Rabbits Eat Cabbage ( Storks and Leaves?)

Among other leafy greens, rabbits do eat cabbage. In fact, there are many aspects of this plant that they can find beneficial. For rabbits, cabbages are a source of essential vitamins and fiber. Too much cabbage, or introducing the vegetable too quickly, can cause your rabbit to experience digestive upset, however. Give your rabbit no…

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Best Outdoor Rabbit Run | Buyers Guide and Review

Rabbits can be kept indoors or outdoors and will be happy enough in either situation, the key thing to keep in mind however is that rabbits need plenty of exercise on a daily basis.  If you give your rabbit the run of the house then that is perfectly fine, there is no issue with a…

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Do rabbits hibernate in winter | How to prepare for it!

Rabbits are animals that do not tolerate extreme temperatures; whether that be the cold of the winter or the heat of summer, if it’s extreme, it will hurt your rabbit, in the case of winter, make sure to keep your rabbit warm and comfortable. Hibernation is something that many pets to survive the cold winters….

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Is Rabbit Urine Harmful to Humans?

Without any doubt, Rabbits are one of my favorite pet animals. Their tenderness and affection are remarkable. But, when dealing with animals, you have to consider health issues for you and your family. Especially if you have young children or Family who suffer from repertory illnesses or skin conditions. Questions have to be asked before…

lionhead rabbit

Lionhead Rabbit: Diet | Size | Breeding | Housing

What adjectives would you use to describe a rabbit? Cute, adorable, and angelic? What about ‘majestic’? No? Perhaps you haven’t met a Lionhead rabbit. Lionhead rabbits have a fluffy, woolen mane encircling their head, neck, and chest — drawing a strong resemblance to a male lion, as the moniker suggests. Thanks to the petite size…


Can Rabbits Eat Parsnips | Cooked or Raw

Rabbits are obligate herbivores, which means that they should only strictly consume plant-based food. But it’s not as simple as it sounds—not all greens and veggies are healthy options. These fluffy, petite mammals need fibrous meals to keep their intestines happy and wear down the constantly growing teeth, among other reasons.  We’ve always seen illustrations…

rabbit eating nuts

Can Rabbits Eat Nuts? Types | Risks | and More

We’ve often seen bunnies munching on fresh carrots on screen and in storybooks. But did you know, carrots are high in sugar and should only be fed in tiny amounts to your pet rabbits? Now, that’s a whole lot of misinformation we’ve been fed, right? With rabbits, you have to be really careful about what…