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Hay is an incredibly important element of a rabbit’s diet – it teaches proper litter box habits, keeps teeth ground to the proper level, helps to prevent GI stasis (which can be fatal), and makes up the majority of a healthy diet. Obviously, choosing the right hay for your rabbit should be taken very seriously! First, understand that hay and straw ...
Jack LOVES the park. The ability to run around, lay under plants, and eat dead leaves makes him a very happy bunny. At first I kept him on a leash (attached to his collar – only kitten collars are small enough), but after a couple trips I realized that (1) He would always come back to the blanket to check I was ...
Abscesses in rabbits are scary things. Unlike your immune system or that of a cat/dog, rabbit immune systems react very differently to infections, making them difficult to treat. When a rabbit gets an infection, their bodies create a barrier between the infection site & the rest of their bodies. This prevents the infection from spreading to the rest of their body, but ...