Greens are Great!

Nov 3, 2016

Rabbits are herbivores! A diverse selection of leafy greens should be 10-15% of your rabbit’s diet (plus 80% hay and 10% pellets)....

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Anesthesia Protocols for Rabbi...

Nov 2, 2016

Many veterinarians and pet owners believe rabbit anesthesia is always a high-risk procedure; however, when done properly the risks are...

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Myxomatosis in the US

Jul 28, 2016

What is Myxomatosis? Myxomatosis is a virus.  Wild rabbits can carry Myxomatosis, but do not become sick.  Myxomatosis is fatal to...

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HRS Howcast Videos

Sep 22, 2015

Following are the informational (and entertaining!) house rabbit care videos created by HRS Vice President Mary Cotter and actress and...

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Palliative Care

Aug 10, 2015

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Do Rabbits Need to be Bathed?

Oct 30, 2013

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A Place of Comfort and Cheer (...

Mar 23, 2013

J’ai été membre de HRS pour plus d’une décennie, mais, avec longues heures de travail et un trajet épuisant, ma participation...

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Wild Rabbits May Not Need Your...

Mar 18, 2013

Wild babies are most often not orphaned!  Many people mean well when they contact HRS after discovering an “abandoned” nest of...

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Beyond Cages: The Possibilitie...

Mar 2, 2013

Everybody’s seen them at the pet store. A cage 24 by 18 inches or smaller, containing a package of pine shavings, a water...

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Rabbit Proofing

Mar 1, 2013

What does rabbit proofing involve? Rabbit Proofing one’s home involves three things: 1) Preventing destruction of your property;...

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Outdoor and Indoor Hazards

Mar 1, 2013

A “house rabbit,” allowed freedom of the home and yard, enjoys a lifestyle that is sociable, stimulating, and comfortable....

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