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Understanding Rabbit Aging: When Does Your Bunny Become a Senior?

Aging is a natural process. A well cared-for house rabbit can age gracefully and enjoy many golden years.
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Ultimate Guide to a Bunny-Friendly Road Trip: Tips and Essentials

It's moving day. What do you do about your most fragile, beloved valuable of all, your house rabbit?

How Meat Bunnies Are Killed

Inhumane and brutal are words that describe the slaughter of rabbits for food. Trigger warning: This article describes rabbit slaughter in detail.

Rabbits and Exotic Diseases

Two recent incidents in the media have brought attention to the issue that rabbits, like […]

Spay/Neuter For Good Behavior

Did you know that spay/neuter has an enormous positive impact on rabbit behavior? 
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Hind Limb Paresis and Paralysis in Rabbits

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.

Lowering Blood Calcium

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

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.

Poisonous Plants

Take care - rabbits can and will eat poisonous plants. Here's a list of common plants to avoid.
red urine from a rabbit

Red Urine: Blood or Plant Pigment?

If your bunny's diet is high in beta carotene  your rabbit's urine may become a red color.
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