Feeding

Treat Your Bunny Right

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.

An Update on Our Progress: 3.14.24

An update on what Rabbit.org Foundation has accomplished in our first 10 weeks online.
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Pre-Surgical Care For Rabbits

Do you know how to prepare your rabbit for spay/neuter or other surgeries? Let’s find out!

Essential Bunny Care: Top 10 Tips for New Rabbit Caregivers

These ten essential things are exactly what potential adopters need to know before they adopt.

Digestibility in the Rabbit Diet

Rabbits have a very round-about, complicated way of getting their food digested.
rabbit hind limb weakness wheel support

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.

Rabbits and Children: Fostering Compassion at Home

Rabbits and children can bring joy and companionship to a family, but they require understanding, patience, and commitment from an adult.

The Mystery of Rabbit Poop

Resolving runny stool in a rabbit is not always a simple matter.
A domestic agouti-colored rabbit

Stray Rabbits: Wild or Domestic?

Is that stray bunny wild or domestic? Here are some guidelines.
house rabbit dental exam

All About Teeth: Preventative Care & Dental Problems in Rabbits

Malocclusion, molar spurs, abscesses, drooling and other common rabbit dental issues.
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