Rabbits

Resources About Rabbits

Learn and share fun facts in an easily!
Learn and share fun facts in an easily!
Help ensure your rabbit residents have a happy and healthy life by introducing enrichment strategies for them!
Help ensure your rabbit residents have a happy and healthy life by introducing enrichment strategies for them!
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Fun facts about our rabbit friends!
Fun facts about our rabbit friends!
Everything you wanted to know (and some stuff you probably didn’t) about rabbit health checkups!
Everything you wanted to know (and some stuff you probably didn't) about rabbit health checkups!
A short guide on how to trim a rabbit’s nails and common nail care concerns!
A short guide on how to trim a rabbit's nails and common nail care concerns!
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If you’re reading this resource, there are likely some special rabbitUnless explicitly mentioned, we are referring to domesticated rabbit breeds, not wild rabbits, who
An introductory guide for common rabbit health issues, illnesses, and diseases. When in doubt, always contact an expert or veterinarian for evaluation!
An introductory guide for common rabbit health issues, illnesses, and diseases. When in doubt, always contact an expert or veterinarian for evaluation!
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An introduction to many different aspects of compassionate rabbit care in a sanctuary or microsanctuary environment!
An introduction to many different aspects of compassionate rabbit care in a sanctuary or microsanctuary environment!

Fun Facts About Rabbits

Horses and rabbits are similar in their digestive needs, as well as how they make use of their eyes and ears. They have sensitive digestive systems that have very particular needs to keep them happy and healthy!
A rabbit’s teeth never stop growing! So they have to keep those chompers chomping to keep them nice and trim.
Rabbits "purr" when happy or content! The sound is different than that that a cat makes, as it is created by a rabbit friend lightly grinding their teeth. However, they may also grind their teeth when they don’t feel well, but it’s generally louder and the context of the specific situation will help you recognize the difference.

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