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Donna Rae Jensen

By Paige K Parsons | February 26, 2024

Donna Rae Jensen, age 75, of South San Francisco, California, passed away on Saturday, December 10, 2022.

Every Little Thing She Does

By Amy Espie | February 23, 2024

The more lives you pay attention to, the more you learn about those particular lives and about the craft of paying attention.

Spay For Health

By Amy Ramnaraine | February 23, 2024

Spay or neuter your bunny for a longer life and a better quality of life. 

Spay/Neuter For Good Behavior

By Amy Ramnaraine | February 23, 2024

Did you know that spay/neuter has an enormous positive impact on rabbit behavior? 

Spay/Neuter For Bunny Love

By Amy Ramnaraine | February 23, 2024

Spay/Neuter allows rabbits to form permanent, close bonds with other rabbits without the competition and aggressiveness of mating. 

happy spayed/neutered house rabbit sleeping

Spay/Neuter For Happiness

By Amy Ramnaraine | February 23, 2024

Spay/neuter is one of the best things you can do to create mutual happiness with your bunny.

Perks & Pitfalls of Rabbits: An Honest Guide

By Paige K Parsons | February 16, 2024

Are you thinking about a rabbit as a pet? We’re so glad you’re researching rabbit care before making a decision.

two rabbits in a litter box

Toxoplasmosis from Rabbits?

By Marinell Harriman | February 16, 2024

I am concerned because I am pregnant and have read that feline litter box duties […]

two house rabbits eat greens by a chair

VERLAGING VAN HET CALCIUM GEHALTE IN HET BLOED

By Kathleen Wilsbach | February 16, 2024

Alhoewel er geen direkt wetenschappelijk verband is bewezen tussen calcium in het dieet en een […]

Why Rabbits Should Not Be Declawed

By Awaiting Reprint Rights | February 16, 2024

Rabbits do not have retractable claws like a cat which means they use them ALL […]

Help! My bunny has been diagnosed with a serious medical condition. Now What?

By Paige K Parsons | February 15, 2024

We cannot offer medical advice – we’re not vets. We can offer these two resources for ways to get a second opinion from a rabbit-savvy vet.

Video: How to Trim Your Rabbit’s Nails

By Mary Cotter | February 15, 2024

Watch Mary Cotter’s foolproof technique for nail trimming.

Four Helpful Tips for Rabbit Urine Odor Control

By Dana Krempels | February 15, 2024

Smelly rabbit litterbox? Here are our top for tips.

Video: Do Rabbits Need to Be Bathed?

By Mary Cotter | February 15, 2024

Rabbits are prodigious self groomers and they keep themselves immaculately clean. But every once in a while for a variety of a reasons a rabbit will get a really poopy butt.

three disabled rabbits snuggling on a rug

Litter Training: for those who want to but can’t

By Marinell Harriman | February 15, 2024

Bunnies with the best intentions may not always be physically able to comply with our […]

Disorders of the Cecum

By Awaiting Reprint Rights | February 15, 2024

The healthy functioning of the cecum is critical to the overall health of a rabbit. Gaining an understanding of how this large organ works – and what causes disruption – will help caregivers monitor their rabbits’ health.

rabbit hind limb weakness wheel support

Hind Limb Paresis and Paralysis in Rabbits

By Dana Krempels | February 15, 2024

Whatever the cause of your rabbit’s hind limb weakness, it definitely requires an in-person examination by a rabbit-experienced veterinarian so that appropriate treatment can be started as soon as possible.

rabbit ears

The Eloquent Ear: An Aural Celebration

By Amy Espie | February 15, 2024

When asked to name the first three things that came to mind about rabbits, in […]

Rabbit Ears: A Structural Look

By Awaiting Reprint Rights | February 15, 2024

“What we think of as a rabbit’s ear is only a part of their hearing […]

Clicker Training for Rabbits: A Comprehensive Guide

By Paige K Parsons | February 9, 2024

Clicker training isn’t just for dogs and other animals; it is also an effective way to train house rabbits.

How to Say Rabbit

By Paige K Parsons | February 9, 2024

The Word for Rabbit in Different Languages  Or…A rabbit by any other name is still […]

An Uplifting Experience

By Holly O'Meara | February 9, 2024

Rabbits can resist being lifted and carried in a number of ways. Reacting instinctively to […]

Anesthesia Protocols for Rabbits

By Awaiting Reprint Rights | February 9, 2024

Multiple sources of anesthesia protocols for rabbits.

Lowering Blood Calcium

By Kathleen Wilsbach | February 9, 2024

Despite no proven scientific link, veterinarians frequently advise reducing dietary calcium for rabbits facing urinary or bladder problems.

two rabbits in a litter box

Litterboxes and Liver Disease

By Marinell Harriman | February 9, 2024

Choice of litter and bedding material has always been based on individual preferences. We now have reason to believe that real health factors must also be considered.

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