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Spending Playful Time With Your Pet Bunny Rabbit
by Andrea Austin,
Exercise is essential for healthy rabbits, and they love to play! But that doesn’t mean you have to run out and buy expensive equipment or toys. Instead, try some of these cheap and/or homemade options, which most rabbits love.
A box of hay or shredded paper can be great fun for bunnies, who naturally love to dig.
Bunnies love playing with paper-towel tubes, especially when they are filled with grass hay.
Cardboard boxes or paper bags with rabbit-sized cutouts can keep your pet amused for long periods of time.
Pinecones (without any pesticides or paint on them) are great for rabbits to play with and even chew on.
Old blankets or towels will be fun for your rabbit, and then double as bedding for your bunny when he gets sleepy.
Dog chew toys or small wire balls (a common cat toy) can be great sources of entertainment for your rabbit.
Rubber balls (the kinds humans play with) are a fun option.
Can You Teach Your Rabbit Tricks?
While rabbits are very smart and can learn how to be litter box trained, that does not necessarily mean that you should try to teach your bunny tricks. Rabbits are unlike dogs in that they won’t want to act a certain way in order to please you. They are social creatures, but they also want some time alone, and they are not going to be “on call” for you.
However, that is not to say that rabbits won’t do tricks. They are very playfully and will often do funny body movements and act in ways that seem amusing. They can often seem to be hamming it up in order to cheer up or amuse their owner.
It is best to enjoy these little self-motivated tricks rather than to force a rabbit to perform for you.
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 ...