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Getting Ready For Your Pet Bunny Rabbit
by Andrea Austin,
Preparing Your Kids for the Proper Treatment and Care of Rabbits
Children are naturally innately drawn to cute, cuddle-y creatures, and they will probably want to pick up, stroke and play with your new pet rabbit. But while this may be tempting, itís potentially quite dangerousóboth to the bunny and to your child.
Rabbits are sociable animals and generally like human companionship, but unlike dogs and some cats, they do not enjoy the same type of close contact. They are ground-dwelling creatures and prefer to have all theyíre legs on the ground. If your child tries to pick up your new pet, the rabbit will likely squirm, claw and perhaps even fall to the floor. Moreover, children may want to rough-house with their new pet, but rabbits can easily be harmed by such behavior, because their bodies are so fragile.
For all these reasons it is essential to teach children in advance about what to expect from their pet and how to treat their new fuzzy friend. Read the next chapter, which is all about understanding handling your new rabbit, and then sit down for a talk with your kid or kids. Explain that rabbits are not like other pets, and that they donít like being picked up.
Also, be aware that rabbits do not respond well to stressful or very noisy environments, so households with very hyperactive or very loud children may just not be suitable to a pet bunny. And if you have a particularly energetic young child, you should certainly supervise the childís playtime with the rabbit, so that you can affirm good behavior and correct bad habits.
Buying Supplies in Advance
Know that you will need to have most if not all of the following items on hand when you bring home your new pet:
Make sure that you have enough of those essential supplies on hand before you bring your rabbit home, so that you donít have to run out and buy supplies while youíre in the midst of getting your new pet settled into your house.
by Andrea Austin,
Pet Rabbit Care 101: Housing, Feeding, and Breeding
To the beginner who purchases rabbits who has not been supplied with information on housing, breeding, feeding, etc., the following brief summary of these important factors will prove to be of value. We are believers in starting ...
Do Your Understand Your Pet Bunny Rabbit's Personality?
In reality, rabbits are very different from their cartoon counterparts. Rabbits may be fuzzy and adorable, but that does not mean they enjoy cuddling up to humans or being picked up and carried around. In fact, improper handling of your new pet can result in harm, so before you ...
The Birthing Process For Your Pet Bunny Rabbit
If all goes well, the mother will be able to give birth on her own. In some cases, though, you may need to step in. As soon as a doe looks like she is about to give birth, make it a point to observe her carefully and closely. If she appears to be having difficulty giving birth, you will need to ...