Rabbit Care and Rabbit Care Tips

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September 10, 2009 | By Passion4pasos | 2

My rabbit had worms a while ago and we were going to treat her for it right away but I didnt see any after a couple days so I waited and a couple days later, still nothing! Now its clear that she doesnt have worms at all, i know for sure that she had… more ›

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william123

September 11, 2009

A: Bring your sweetie to the Vet just to ensure that the worms are all gone. I must admit, NOT seeing the worms in the stool is a GOOD sign -- but if they are hiding, what do you do? Play it safe and call the Vet.

July 19, 2009 | By GypsyEyezNY | 6

Ok well, I just got 2 mini rex bunnies. I just attempted to trim my bunnies nails. Was not able to at all. I can't get the bunnies to stay still at all. They will sit in my lap if I give them lettuce or something like that. And they will let me pet t… more ›

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Lynn C.
MEKOMO

July 20, 2009

A: If you have just got the two bunnies, they may not feel comfortable enough to let you do things like trim their nails. For now, I would take them to a groomer or vet so that they can show the proper way to hold them and trim their nails. Also, If yo… more ›

August 15, 2008 | By Linda S. | 2

Hi, My Kasper, a REW Lionhead rabbit, is now 7 months old. He got neutered July 15,2008. So it's been a month now and I was under the impression that he would stop 'marking' his territory. I do have a female that he was making friends with, but di… more ›

Ccarder4
ccarder4

August 17, 2008

A: Rabbits won't understand when you tell them that they cant potty in certain places. You just need to train them. Your bunny might have gotten bored of his litter box and thats why he hasnt gone in it. if it is just littler in a box there is no reason… more ›

September 20, 2008 | By Robin | 4

How do you care for a rabbit? What type of home do they need, and what do they eat? Do they need to go to the vet's? I'm not looking to buy a rabbit; I'm just curious because I don't know much about them.

Robin
Cynthia G.
cindygrossman1981

September 20, 2008

A: Hello! Here is a wonderful website to learn about keeping rabbits as pets. "a href="http://www.hsus.org/pets/pet_care/rabbit_horse_and_other_pet_care/how_to_care_for_rabbits.html"> www.hsus.org/pets/pet_care/rabbit_horse_and_other_pet_care/howmore ›

September 9, 2008 | By jackie c. | 2

does any one know the best way to potty train a rabbit and what kind of litter to use

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Vixgrrrl
vixgrrrl

September 9, 2008

A: Start training them in their cage. Use a pan smaller than the cage and fits well into it. As the bunny learns to use it, the pan can be moved outside of the cage to the location you want, just show him/her where it is. My mom in law uses chips as … more ›

August 25, 2008 | By Monica H. | 4

I can't see the cuticle on one of my rabbit's nails, they are all totally black. I clip them, but only minimally. I would love any tips on where to go to get this done, or how I can better do this myself.

Natalie C.
ntlanne

September 1, 2008

A: If you touch under the nail you should feel a dip down or scrachy area where the nail is thicker all of the sudden. Cut a litte before that area and you should be as low as you can without being to close to hurting him/her! =) I have two dogs and one… more ›

March 25, 2008 | By Samantha H. | 2

We have gotten her checked for mites and treated just in case and she is still itching. It's just around her neck and dewlap, but she itches it until there are scabs. My other rabbit is fine. I'm just wondering what it could be so she's not so unc… more ›

Haley H.
haleyhanna

March 26, 2008

A: Hi there I havent had experience with this but I have heard of some girl bunnies who chew on their dewlaps with the same outcome. Allergies are possible but not very common in rabbits. Did your vet check around the area to be sure there were no sign… more ›

March 12, 2008 | By erica | 3

I have a male rabbit that has been by himself for a year and was in a cage to himself when I got him. I would like to get a full grown female rabbitt, But I am scared that they will fight or something. He has never been exposed to any other rabb… more ›

erica
Serena E.
redpuppy79

March 13, 2008

A: best thing to do here is get another cage, get your other rabbit. at first just have them in the saem room then after a week place the cages right next to each other. they can sniff each other but not get to each other. i am going to tell you now if … more ›

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