Small Animal Nutrition

Jun 10, 2012

A variety of small mammals such as hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, mice, rats, rabbits, chinchillas and ferrets are commonly kept as...

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Advances in Rabbit Care in the...

Jun 10, 2012

There have been many exciting advances in rabbit medicine and surgery in the past twenty years. Some of these advances have...

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Pellet Free Diet

May 16, 2012

House Rabbit Society recommends a limited pellet diet for rabbits. Pellets should be the smallest part of a healthy rabbit’s...

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The Perils of Bunny Obesity

Jan 15, 2012

There are important reasons why you must not give in to your rabbit’s adorable begging. Once a rabbit becomes overweight it can...

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Brenda’s Homemade Bunny ...

Jul 10, 2011

This recipe came to us from our friends “North of the Border”. Brenda Plaxton, the kitchen whiz who invented it, lives on...

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Treat Foods

Jul 10, 2011

That cute little whiskered face is so hard to ignore, especially when your bun sits up and looks so deserving of that special treat....

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Natural Nutrition I: The Impor...

Jul 10, 2011

For years, I have agonized over what to feed the dogs and cats in our family. Researching and analyzing “premium,”...

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Digestibility in the Rabbit Di...

Jul 10, 2011

Rabbits have a very round-about, complicated way of getting their food digested, and they do not process all foods equally well. For...

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Eliminating Problems

Jul 10, 2011

I am writing for advice and ideas regarding our beautiful 4-year-old female Dutch rabbit named Chi (She is spayed). The veterinarian...

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Hay in Your Bunny’s Diet

Jul 10, 2011

CONTRARY TO BELIEF, hay is not grown year round.Forage cannot be grown during a major portion of the year due to cold temperatures....

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Problems with Vegetables

Jul 10, 2011

My two year old male rabbit has a problem with releasing unformed, not quite done, soft smelly blobs along with formed droppings. His...

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Lowering Blood Calcium

Jul 10, 2011

Although no direct scientific link between dietary calcium and an excess amount of calcium excreted in the urine has been proven, many...

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