• Can rabbits eat anything in the garden?

    Safe fruit and vegetables to grow or buy As an extra, occasional treat, you can give your pets a small piece of apple or pear. Rabbits also love to eat strawberry leaves, blackberry leaves and raspberry leaves.

  • Can bunnies eat celery?

    Celery is a healthy food for your rabbit. It contains fiber, folic acid, potassium, and other vitamins and minerals that are key to your bun's health. Fiber is the most important piece of a rabbit's diet. They should get most of their daily fiber needs from eating hay.

  • What do bunnies like the most?

    Rabbits love their food and enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables as part of a balanced diet. The main part of a rabbit's diet should be unlimited amounts of fresh hay (preferably Timothy or Meadow Hay), grass, and plenty of clean water available.

  • How often should you change rabbit litter?

    every two days Regardless of the amount of paper you use in the litter box, most of the time you will need to change the box every two days or so. Paper pulp pellets will need to be changed less often than newspaper. Recommended by many veterinarians, especially when learning how to litter train a rabbit.

  • Why does my rabbit pee on me?

    Your rabbit might be peeing on you due to a medical condition, fear, trauma, lack of litter training, or they're marking their territory. The most common reason why a rabbit would pee inappropriately is if it is not neutered or spayed. Unneutered rabbits will often spray urine everywhere to mark their territory.

  • Can I use cat litter for my rabbit?

    You can use cat litter as long as it is safe for rabbits. Any clumping litter is dangerous and you should never use clumping litter for your rabbit. Also, some cat litters contain aromatic woods which pose many heath threats to your rabbit.

  • How do I keep my rabbits litter box from smelling?

    Occasionally giving it a white vinegar rinse will help keep calcium residues down and control the odor. Be sure to wash the bottom of the box as well. Be sure there is no urine *under* the box or around the boxes in areas that are not wiped up. These get to smelling foul very quickly.

  • Is corn cob litter safe for rabbits?

    Corn cob litter, like this product from Sunseed, has a lot going for it: it's completely biodegradable and often compostable, quite absorbent, and grown from an environmentally sustainable crop. Safe when ingested in small amounts, it's a great option to fill your rabbit's litter box.

  • Can I use shredded paper for rabbit bedding?

    2. Shredded Paper. Any paper that hasn't been printed with ink or chemically treated can make a fine addition to your rabbit's litter box. In a pinch, you can easily tear up toilet paper, paper towels, and extra napkins to make an absorbent and cost-effective solution for your rabbit's potty breaks.

  • Can I use horse pellets for rabbit litter?

    Are Equine Pine Pellets Safe For Rabbits? Yes, not only are they more cost-effective, most rabbit owners seem to agree that horse pellets have better absorbency and therefore improved odor control. Again, just be sure to check the ingredients on the bag first, and don't pre-water the pellets as you would do for horses.

  • What kind of cat litter can you use for rabbits?

    We recommend using CareFresh (a rabbit-safe pet bedding that does not contain any pine or cedar products) and fresh hay to prepare your bunny's litter box. Spread one inch of clean CareFresh covering the bottom of the pan, then add a big handful of hay. Remember to use rabbit-safe litters in your bunny's box.

  • Is vinegar safe for rabbits?

    It is perfectly safe to use white vinegar around your rabbit if you use it often for cleaning. Rabbit owners often use vinegar to clean rabbit play areas and cages as it contains no chemicals.

  • What happens if a rabbit eats baking soda?

    Baking soda can be used to induce vomiting in emergencies. It produces an overwhelming amount of gas when mixed with acid in the stomach. Rabbits cannot vomit, leading to a life threatening condition known as gastrointestinal dilation in which the stomach or intestines rupture.

  • What does it mean when a rabbit flops on its side?

    relaxed Fish Flop ("Life is good"): When a rabbit dramatically gets into resting position by suddenly 'flopping' onto their side. If your bunny fish flops, it means that he is relaxed and ready to nap. Fish flops tend to look like a sudden and dramatic death, but there's no need to be concerned.

  • How do rabbits say hello?

    Welcome, and as an FYI, rabbits say “hello” by going nose to nose just like cats do. And the one that lowers its head first so that its chin touches the ground thinks they're the boss.

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