Rabbit Care, Information and Guides for Pet Rabbit Enthusiasts
What give's Children more pleasure and fun than caring for
their first Pet Rabbit. Here we offer a packed directory of
every aspect Pet Rabbit Care for a Pet Bunny Rabbit including
Diets, extreme weather conditions, Pet Rabbit Care, right
down to what to do if your Pet Rabbit breaks their leg. There's
something for every Pet Rabbit Enthuiast.
Discover what issues to
consider when you first decide to care for your first
Pet Rabbit. What can they eat? How does a pet rabbit
react to the cold weather conditions? What types of
Hay are the safest for your new Pet Rabbit?
Find out the answers to these questions and more by
visiting our packed information directory.
|Pet Rabbits make wonderful
indoor pets for first time pet owners. In fact, many domestic
rabbits are meant to be kept indoors.
Domestic rabbits are not like their wild cousins; they
do not fair well in extreme temperatures. They also do
not react well to predators. Domestic pet rabbits are
very attentive and affectionate. Pet Rabbits care about
their owners and are very social. Domestic rabbits are
meant to be played with and loved by the entire family.
|Rabbits are herbivores, which means that they only eat
fruits, vegetables and grasses in the wild. You should
keep a bowl of commercial rabbit food in your pets eating
area. However, you should feed your pet rabbit hay every
day, as well. Many pet rabbit owners also feed their pets
a few fruits and vegetables, such as a carrot or a bit
of apple. Always provide something hard and crunchy for
your pet rabbit to gnaw on. This will keep his teeth from
becoming overgrown. You should also make sure your rabbit
has access to water and that it is changed every day.
||Keeping a rabbit as a pet requires
care, patience, coupled with a good training system in
order to prevent unwanted destructions or hassle. The
typical challenges that a pet rabbit owner may go through
are furniture and carpet chewing problems, litter problems,
pseudo pregnancy symptoms, behavioral problems, fights,
sickness, fleas, predators like cats and dogs, and so
on. These challenges can be overcome when the owner is
equipped with the information, knowledge and experience
to deal with them.
|Pet Rabbits are known to be crepuscular animals. Crepuscular
refers to animals that are most active and dynamic at
twilight. Therefore, the perfect time for your pet rabbit
to get exercise is in the morning, when you are getting
ready for work and in the evening when you arrive home.
By the time you get home, your
pet rabbit will have been sleeping all day! But you will
be happy and entertained to watch him running and hopping
around and doing bunny dances in mid-air, "binkies"!