Links for Kids
Rabbit Health and Care Resources
Basics about a good house rabbit diet. Why you should feed hay, how to pick out a good pellet food, and many other things to know.
Why sugar can be dangerous. Why you shouldn’t feed Mueslix and other forms of “healthy” looking snacks. Why Vitamin supplements are not necessary.
Everthing about how to brush, cut nails, and check ears and eyes. What you can do against fleas and sore hocks. Why you shouldn’t bathe a bunny (unless the vet advises it).
Picking up your rabbit
How to pick up, hold and lift your bunny. Including pictures.
Spaying and Neutering
Why you should spay or neuter your pet. How to pick out a good vet. What to do before and after the surgery.
Common problems like hairballs, overgrown teeth, bacterial infection and digestive problems. Why you shouldn’t use Pine/Cedar shavings and why amoxicillin is very dangerous.
A comprehensive listing of health-related articles and issues. Also includes a drug dosage calculator.
Everthing about how to provide a nice home for your bunny.
How you can make your bunny happy with just a little bit of effort. Why it is important for bunnies to have toys.
Outdoor and Indoor hazards
How to bunnyproof your house. Why bunnies shouldn’t live outdoors. What to check before you give your bunny exercise time in the yard.
Everything about how to litter train your bunny.
Why rabbits nip or bite. Why rabbits are cage possessive sometimes. Answers to this and other questions.
How to bond two bunnies.
Rabbits and children
Everthing you should think about if you have children in your family.
Rabbits and dogs
How to introduce a rabbit and a dog.
Rabbits and cats
How to introduce a rabbit and a cat.
Language of Lagomorphs
A great guide for rabbit language called the "Language of Lagomorphs." Some visual aids included.
Rabbits as Pets
Rabbit Health and Care
Hay and Pellets
Greens and Vegetables
Housing for Rabbits
Litter Training Rabbits
Toys for Rabbits
Finding a Veterinarian
Indiana Shelters Accepting Rabbits
Rabbit Veterinary Care
Finding a Safe Home for your Rabbit
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