Pet Rabbit Care, Bunny Information, Facts & Pictures.

get the information and support they need to care for rabbits as house pets.
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Information and pictures on the rabbit, what you need to know to keep one as a pet.
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This is the best book for house rabbits. If you want your pet rabbit to live inside, then this is the book for you. Full of great pictures and information, this book will take any pet rabbit owner to an expert level. This book includes great ideas for rabbit condos, exercise, litter box training, communicating with your rabbit, and more. The gets our vote for being one of the most fun and informative books on house rabbits! See Children and Pet Rabbits for more information.
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Just like people, bunnies enjoy a good meal. A nice mix of hay, vegetables, pellets, as well as fresh water will make your rabbit healthy and happy. Read on for more information about what to feed your pet rabbit. Pet rabbits are different from cats and dogs. It’s essential to understand how rabbits think so you and your rabbit can live a happy life together. Learn about their unique language at and demystify unfavorable rabbit behavior by reading . By catering to your rabbit’s natural inclinations, you can build a trusting, loving relationship with your bunny. See for more information.If you’ve done your research and feel confident you can properly care for a bunny, please adopt a rabbit from a rescue or shelter instead of purchasing one from a breeder or pet store. Shelters are overflowing with homeless bunnies of all shapes and sizes. See our article, , for more information.Orlando Rabbit Care is an educational group and membership organization dedicated to the health, care and enjoyment of house rabbits. We believe that pet rabbits are family members and should be housed indoors, should be fed a healthy diet, should be spayed or neutered, and should receive quality medical care. Our organization strives to provide bunny parents with information to help them care for their rabbit as well as offer an outlet to meet and talk with others who share an interest in pet rabbits. We also offer education to the public on proper care of pet rabbitsJust like people, bunnies enjoy a good meal. A nice mix of hay, vegetables, pellets, as well as fresh water will make your rabbit healthy and happy. Read on for more information about what to feed your pet rabbit.Rabbits prefer interacting with you on the ground. Wait for them to approach you and investigate so you can build trust with your bunny. Once they’re comfortable with you, they’ll enjoy being petted and will seek out your attention. Read our article for more information.