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Power of Play: Enrichment for Rabbits

Rabbit with toys to chew

Enrichment is an important part of rabbit care. To help keep them active and healthy, choose the best toys for your rabbit, keep them busy on a budget, and change their environment regularly.

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Growing Wheatgrass for Your Rabbits

Wheatgrass is easy to grow in a container at home, and makes a tasty treat for your rabbit. Just follow these simple steps and in a couple of weeks, your rabbit will have a fresh, nutritious treat!

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Tips for New Rabbit Foster Homes

Molly the bunny

Fostering is a great way to help animals in their journeys to finding a home. Triangle Rabbits has a network of foster homes, and also helps by coordinating the rabbit foster homes for the SPCA of Wake County. Many people have questions about fostering, so this month we are sharing some tips from our veteran foster families

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​Growing a Summer Herb Garden in Containers for Your Rabbit

Oregano plant

Growing a summer herb garden can provide fresh food for your bunny, and you, all season long. Learn about some herbs that bunnies enjoy, and how to start your own container garden in this month's post

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The Scoop on Decoding Bunny Poops

Examining your pet rabbit's poop can provide valuable information about their diet and health. What does a perfect pile of rabbit poop look like? What does it mean if your rabbit poop is different sizes? Or is soft and moist? What are cecotropes and what is their importance?

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