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Pet Rabbit Care, Bunny Information, Facts & Pictures
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The short answer is yes! I love my little bunny. In my opinion dwarf rabbits are one of the best caged pets you can get. They are small and low-maintenance, and they can become very loving and loyal. If you are looking for a small house pet I definitely recommend getting a dwarf bunny! However there are some things you should be aware of, especially when it comes to dwarf rabbit care.
Congrats on Hub of the Day! My friend has a bunny so I immediately thought of her. They are quite adorable pets. Voted useful and shared. :)
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Colbert County Animal Control officials are trying to find out who shot this pet bunny rabbit with an arrow. This is the third animal in the area around 10th Street that has been shot by an arrow. This is a funny rabbits compilation including cute bunny videos. A funny bunny is also a cute bunny and a rabbit makes a wonderful pet.
Photo provided by FlickrEmily, thank you so much for sharing about your pet rabbit! He sounds like a wonderful and strong bunny. Thanks again!
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My House Rabbit promotes rabbits as indoor pets and provides tips on . You can learn how to create a safe, welcoming environment for your house rabbit and gain insight into , so you will better understand your bunny’s needs. You can also check out our or And don’t miss our and !Pet stores and bunny dealers often buy rabbits when they’re only 4 weeks old because they take up less space and look so cute. But bunnies that young shouldn’t be away from their moms. Can you imagine being taken away from your mom as a baby and sold to a stranger? are miserable places for animals, and if you buy from them, you’re supporting a cruel business that treats animals like products.People unfamiliar to pet rabbits may not know that bunnies have a very dramatic way of expressing excitement and joy. They dance! Leaping in the air, contorting and twisting their bodies, and kicking their feet out, binkying rabbits are quite the spectacle. Sometimes rabbits lead up to a binky by taking a running start. Other times, a binky is a sudden burst to the side. What’s really fun is when the binkies occur in succession, creating a grand acrobatic display. I’ll submit that anyone who thinks rabbits are dull has not seen a bunny in the act of binkying.Rabbits can live for more than 10 years, and they require care and attention every day of their lives. If you and your family decide that you’re ready to bring a bunny into your lives, be sure to , instead of buying from a pet store or breeder. How about adopting two so they can keep each other company?Bringing a new pet rabbit into your life is an exciting event. You’ll want to make sure you’re fully prepared so that you and your new bunny can get off to a great start. Learn the basics of rabbit ownership, and review our checklist of initial bunny supplies below!At My House Rabbit, we advocate that pet rabbits live inside your home as opposed to outside in a hutch. Not only will you ensure your bunny is protected from severe weather and predators, your bunny will become more of a member of your family when living inside with you because there tends to be more social interaction that way.