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​Love it or Leave it? Ideas for bunny housing

Active bunny with enrichment opportunities

One of the most common questions that we are asked is, “what is the best type of housing for my bunny?” Fortunately, there are many easy, budget-friendly alternatives to store-bought cages that can be modified to best suit your home – and your bunny. Exercise pens, rabbit condos, and large or extra large dog crates, with added shelves, all make great rabbit housing for house rabbits. Most indoor cages sold for rabbits are not suitable for them.

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Adopting your first rabbit? Things to consider as you choose your new friend

Adam, a Jersey Wooly, was adopted in September, 2018.

Is a companion rabbit right for your family? Consider what you are looking for in a rabbit, and the activity level of your household. Select a rabbit with a personality that is compatible for your family. There are benefits to choosing rescue.

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Festive and safe: Have a rabbit friendly holiday season

Louise and the little cardboard tree

The holidays are here! It’s a favorite time of year for gathering with friends and family and celebrating being together. Here are some tips to keep your rabbit safe, while also including him/her in holiday festivities. Read more

Rabbit Proofing Your Home: Tips and Tricks

Keep cords safe inside clear plumbing tubing

Learning how to bunny-proof your home is an important part of living with a house rabbit. When you bunny-proof, you are making a safe space for your companion rabbit to live and play. Here are some some tips for making your home safe while not looking like you’ve lost your mind. Read more

Grieving a Pet Rabbit or Other Animal

Pet urns

You enter the house and there is no pitter-patter of paws. The food and water bowls do not need to be filled any longer. Toys lie untouched on the floor. You threw out the rest of the food and treats or gave them to someone else who could use them weeks ago. Now what?

Not everyone understands the loss of a pet. Grieving a pet is real. It is common, but everyone's grief is also unique.

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