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 factors for urinary troubles grows. Urine Scald Urine scald is a common symptom for many …

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 to dig into the ground to provide the traction to help them run, hop & …

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 that live at the bottom of the food chain, they excel at hiding illness.  Rabbit …

Caring for Rabbit Teeth

An important part of keeping your rabbit healthy is ensuring good dental health.  Dental problems in rabbits can go sideways pretty quickly so it’s a good idea to include dental health as part of your normal bunny care routine. A quick look at your rabbit’s mouth and you might think they only have the 4 …

Rabbit First Aid Kit

Rabbits in general are pretty low maintenance, healthy animals, but you never know when an emergency or illness will strike.  As a responsible animal owner, you want to be prepared to treat minor issues and illnesses.  If you have all the items you need at hand, in one convenient location, you can get your rabbit …