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Safe Treats For Your Rabbit Friends

Rabbit treats should only cover 5% of your rabbit's diet. A rabbit's proper diet is indicated in the pyramid triangle below. We all love to spoil our rabbits so giving the wrong treat can cause stomache and digestive problems in the future. Knowing what is healthy to give your rabbit is an important part of proper pet ownership. NOTE: If you decide to give your rabbit(s) any treats containing the below please only do so [...]

By | August 20th, 2017|Archives, Basic Care|23 Comments

Safe Greens and Fruits For Rabbits

In order to have a healthy rabbit they need to eat properly. When you have your rabbit on a proper diet you should be giving them 80% fresh hay, 10% fresh greens/vegetables, 5%  pellets, and 5% treats. However, you will want to stay away from anything that contains dairy. Rabbits cannot properly digest any dairy products. It is recommended that you give your rabbit 2 packed cups OR 1 cup per 4 lbs body weight, [...]

By | August 20th, 2017|Archives, Basic Care|32 Comments

Raising Orphaned Rabbits: When To and How To

Did you find a nest of cottontails? Have a mother rabbit who won’t care for her kits? This guide will help you decide if they are orphaned and how to care for them. NOTE: You should always contact your local Game and Fish before you attempt to raise orphaned (cottontail only) rabbits. How to Determine if a Litter of Kits are Orphaned When determining if a litter of kits are truly orphaned, there are a [...]

By | August 11th, 2017|Archives, Basic Care|18 Comments

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