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The Fun and Correct Way of Rearing Rabbits

By Emily Anders

Investing on pets is justifiable as long as you’re doing everything the right way. Rabbits are sweet enough for you to say no. Bunnies are fun to be with and taking care of it would be very exciting. These animals were created to be very delicate. So before you rush into buying one, you should first have a stable knowledge on how to take care of these adorable creatures.

A rabbit’s life span can reach up to 10 years, so you should see yourself taking care of these creatures for a long duration. Try to keep it in an enclosed place, far from heat and various stressors outside the house.

The inside of your house will be the playground of your pet rabbit. So make sure that every site is free from danger such as covering the outlets, keeping electrical wires away to avoid chewing, and poisonous materials and even plants.

Don’t make use of wood shavings as base for it can be dangerous; so keep the cage comfortable for the animal to shake, stand, and stretch its body.

Protecting the fragile feet of your pet by placing a board to support under a wired cage is a good idea. If it turns to sleep, cover the cage for comfort. But it must have more time spent with activities than inside the cage.

Potty for your bunny is done through provision of litter boxes in the whole area. Boxes have to be more than enough because rabbits tend to relax in it. So supply the house with lots of litter boxes made of organic material, and place bits of grass inside for it to chew on.

Feed vegetables to your pet everyday. It would prefer vegetables as the main menu, matched with fruits of different kinds, with required supplementation from pellets. Try to provide a variety of food each day to avoid it getting bored with routine foodstuff. Water must be fresh and clean. Human food and sweets are a no-no for your bunnies. Objects like woodblocks are good to keep it busy and off your furniture at home.

For a household with kids, give instructions on how to properly handle rabbits. It likes to be caressed most of the time. Bring your pet to the veterinarian to have proper medications for health maintenance. Search the internet for more available tips and guidelines on how to do rabbit rearing. Books also are a good source of reliable information regarding rabbits.

To find a suitable wooden rabbit hutch for your pet rabbit, visit Adam Greenburg’s blog for a selection of quality single level and multi-level rabbit hutches.

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Anders, Emily "The Fun and Correct Way of Rearing Rabbits." The Fun and Correct Way of Rearing Rabbits. 18 Jan. 2011. 8 Aug 2014 <>.

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