How to take care of my pet rabbit
Me and My Pet Rabbit by Christine Morley
How To Pet a Rabbit
Pet Rabbit Care Guide
These lovable, social animals are wonderful companions for people who take the time to learn about their needs. Anyone considering adding a rabbit to their family should carefully research books and web sites on rabbit care before making a decision. Here are some quick tips to get you started:. Indoors or Outdoors? Every rabbit owner should know that the safest place for a rabbit to live is indoors.
Rabbits make great pets but, like any living creature, they require certain conditions to be happy and healthy. This care guide introduces you to everything you need to get the most enjoyment out of your pet rabbit! The first thing to consider before you get a pet rabbit is that they have a long lifespan so be prepared to care for them long term.
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Show less A house rabbit can be a fun addition to the family., Rabbits are rewarding and popular pets. They can become part of the family but, as sensitive animals, are best suited to teenagers and adults.
Show less If you are thinking about getting a pet, you may want to consider getting a rabbit. Rabbits make excellent house pets, as they have wonderful personalities and easily adapt to a domestic lifestyle, even adjusting well to living in apartments. To stay healthy and happy, rabbits do need some special care, beginning with plenty of hay and veggies, a warm, cozy nest, and time to run and hop to their hearts' content. It's sometimes great to keep a rabbit inside at night to protect it from predators like coyotes, skunks, foxes, wolves, dogs, and cats. To care for a rabbit, get a large cage with solid that was designed for a holding a rabbit or other small animal. Line the cage with hay or soft wood shavings, and provide a litter box inside of the cage.