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Rebel with Paws

By Amy Espie | May 14, 2024

I don’t understand it. Just this week, Fluffy has bitten the kids five times.” “I […]

Pasteurella: Its Health Effects in Rabbits

By Marie Mead | May 14, 2024

Understanding Pasteurella can help caregivers take positive action.

Sex Hormones in Altered Rabbits

By Our Think Tank | May 14, 2024

This may be an answer for those super sexy bunnies.

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Overweight and Underweight Rabbits

By Marie Mead | May 14, 2024

OVERWEIGHT RABBITS Slim and sleek. This is veterinarian and author Dr. Susan Brown’s description of […]

Can I Leave My Rabbit Alone for the Weekend?

By Mary Cotter | May 14, 2024

Learn if you can leave a pet rabbit alone for the weekend in this video featuring bunny lover Amy Sedaris and rabbit expert Mary E. Cotter.

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Resources for Helping Abused or Neglected Rabbits

By Our Think Tank | May 8, 2024

We often receive inquiries about domestic rabbit neglect and abuse. Sadly, we hear of rabbits […]

Traveling With a Rabbit: Your Complete Guide

By Creative Commons Remixed | April 21, 2024

Traveling with a rabbit is definitely no small task. Quite a bit of preparation and consideration is needed, especially if you do not have rabbit supplies at the destination.

Antiparasitics containing fipronil are toxic to rabbits

By Paige K Parsons | April 21, 2024

Antiparasitics containing fipronil account for nearly one-third of adverse drug reactions reported in pet rabbits. […]

Los Conejos Silvestres Pueden No Necesitar Tu Ayuda

By Paige K Parsons | April 20, 2024

Lo mejor que puedes hacer es poner al conejo justo donde lo encontraste, en la zona general, ya que la mamá sólo volverá por la noche a llamar y encontrarlo.

Video: The Rabbit Heimlich Maneuver for a Choking Rabbit

By Our Think Tank | April 20, 2024

This video offers guidance on performing the Heimlich Maneuver on rabbits.

Necessity’s Child: Bunnyproofing through creative adaptations

By Amy Espie | April 17, 2024

Creative thinking can help when it comes to bunny-proofing. Here’s some inspiration.

Interviews

By Our Think Tank | April 5, 2024

Learn about the world of rabbits through our authors’ compelling narratives.

Sky and Toastie Celebrate Social Worker Awareness Month

Navigating Social Work and Bunny Advocacy: Sky’s Inspirational Insight During Social Work Awareness Month with Toastie

By Marina Mendenhall-Valente | April 5, 2024

Discover Sky and Toastie’s inspiring blend of social work and bunny advocacy, highlighting their journey of empathy and animal welfare.

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How to Rescue a Rabbit Running Loose

By Amy Espie | April 5, 2024

Walking through the park one afternoon, you spot a rabbit. Advice on how to capture him.

Treat Your Bunny Right

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 20, 2024

Too many treats can result in weight gain and GI problems. For this reason treats should be given in moderation and in small portion sizes.

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Sample Pet Store Letter

By Margo DeMello | March 20, 2024

A letter to help you reach out to pet stores that still sell rabbits.

house rabbit sitting on a dinner plate with angry caregiver

Sample Letter to Grocery Stores Asking them to Stop Selling Rabbit Meat

By Margo DeMello | March 18, 2024

A letter template for writing to your local grocery store.

house rabbit sitting on a dinner plate with angry caregiver

Sample Letter to Restaurants Asking them to Stop Serving Rabbit Meat

By Margo DeMello | March 18, 2024

A sample letter template for you to modify.

Why Chocolate Rabbits Are the Sweetest Easter Gift

By Paige K Parsons | March 18, 2024

Giving rabbits as Easter gifts can be problematic for several reasons, making chocolate rabbits a more suitable choice for the occasion.

Why Not Buy A Rabbit For Easter?

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 18, 2024

With Easter so close it’s important to realize that rabbits do not make good “starter” pets for children.

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Bunnies: Better With Two

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 17, 2024

Rabbits are social animals! Most bunnies crave the companionship of another rabbit. Human

The Right Stuff for a Bereaved Bunny

By Margie Wilson | March 17, 2024

For animals and humans alike, there is nothing sadder than the loss of one’s long-time […]

angora rabbit with long fur

The Painful Truth of Angora Fur

By Margo DeMello | March 17, 2024

Unfortunately, because rabbits usually are so silent, it is easy for most people to fail to recognize their suffering.

cottontail rabbit

Guide to Cottontail Rabbit Nesting Season: Tips and Facts

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 16, 2024

Cottontail rabbit nesting season usually runs from late February to September, with peak births from March to July.

Rabbits Outdoors: Lowering Risks

By Paige K Parsons | March 16, 2024

Being outdoors offers rabbits the joy of fresh air, sunshine, and freedom to explore. However, it also exposes them to risks.

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