Many people are surprised when they learn what goes into caring for a rabbit. Here at LIttle Hill farms we love our bunnies and we want them to have long happy lives with you. So please take a few minutes to learn
about some of the basics of proper rabbit care.
Being highly social and very active you're new rabbit will need and adequate living space with a solid bottom, you can use a dog kennel, buy/DIY a hutch for your new bun. Give them a hiding place if they are inside as well as something to chew on the help wear down their teeth.
Rabbits should have access to hay and clean water at all times. In addition they should get ½ pound of
Fresh greens per 3 lbs. of the rabbit every other day. Use this link to figure out which veggies are best http://rabbit.org/suggested-vegetables-and-fruits-for-a-rabbit-diet/. Round out the diet with good quality pellets 1 OZ per every one pound of rabbit and some treats.
Spaying and neutering is not only necessary to control the bunny population, it is a good idea to spay or neuter them because they live longer if they are spayed or neutered. They also are more likely to destroy things if they aren't spayed or neutered.
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