Introducing New Rabbits

Rabbits are very social creatures and if at all possible should always be kept with other bunny friends. But how can you introduce two future Bunny Best Friends? Rabbits might not like living alone, but it doesn’t mean introducing new...

Rabbit Urinary Tract Issues

Starting in middle age (as early as 3-5 years old), issues with your rabbit’s urinary tract can become more common. With your rabbit aging and naturally starting to slow down (and maybe gaining a little too much weight), the risk...

Rabbit Manure in the Garden

Sweet little wiggly noses, cute puffball tails, soft silky ears – there are so many reasons to love rabbits!  Some backyard farmers are hesitant to add rabbits to their little farm because they don’t raise animals for meat.  Rabbits are...

What Not to Feed Rabbits

Rabbits are herbivores, but does that mean that all plants are safe and healthy for them to eat?  The surprising answer is no! There are plenty of things that you should not be feeding your rabbit that might seem perfectly...

Sore Hocks in Rabbits

Rabbits in the wild live in cozy burrows dug in soft earth, they lounge during the day in grassy fields or forest floors covered in leaves.  This is the life that rabbit feet were designed for.  Their claws were meant...

The Scoop on Rabbit Poop

I know, I know – who wants to read about poop?  Any good animal keeper knows that your critter’s poop can tell you all kinds of important information about the health of your animal.  Rabbits are no exception.  As animals...