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The rabbit in this video is HUGE. Wow.
Surprised aspen wasn’t mentioned. That’s my litter of choice. It smells
nice, it’s cheap, plus it’s safe for rabbits and has no aromatic phenols
(unlike pine/cedar). I keep my rabbit’s hay in a rack next to her litter
My rabbit has a big like neck or throat. Can anyone tell me why and also
tell me if its good or bad ASAP please
Wait… so I am foing a bunch of research on rabbits because I am looking
to adopt one next year. For the hay in the litter box, is that good? I see
they recommend it here, but they are peeing and pooping on it and eating
it. So does the rabbit know if it is clean hay or dirty hay? Or do they
just eat it and it’s not a big deal beacuse it gets changed often anyway?
Am I making sense? Lol. If I use hay for a litter box, will it definetly be
okay for my rabbit that hay? Even though they do their buisness in it.
I use a cardboard like material as her litter that I buy from Wal-Mart. Is
that okay for my bunny? I’m not sure of her breed, or how old she is. I got
her from a friend and I’m learning to care for her as I go. These videos
have helped me a lot because her nails are very long, and I didn’t know how
or what to use to cut them. The press press clip technique is great. My
husband says he knows what he’s doing when it comes to rabbits, but he has
said a few things that were knocked down by the bunny lady in these videos.
He picks up our rabbit with her feet on his hand and his hand under her
chest. Not completely wrong, but I thibk my husband is going about caring
for our rabbit like me, except I’m doing all the research. She’s a loveable
rabbit. But I do have a question, Can rabbits be only comfortable with one
person? Since I’m home with her a lot since I’m pregnant, I spend a lot
more time with her then he does. This is his rabbit, but she seems skiddish
of him. How do I remedy this?
New bunny owner and these videos are extremely helpful! Love these ladies.
Can care fresh be used?
I’m thinking of putting a hay box a little on top of my bunnys litter box
which would then be filled with carefresh. Would tht work?
I dont use hay, because my rabbit has a lot of fur on her butt and the hay
gets stuck to it and then when she starts running and jumping and the hay
falls off and makes a mess on the house
I might be getting a mini lop soon, is there anything about the breed I
should know about that’s different from other breeds of rabbit?
Pine shavings work the best. You have to beware of the compressed wood
pellets and carefresh stuff, it is known to cause blockages in the
digestive tract which can lead to death. If they dont have a wire bottom
for their cage you shouldnt use that stuff. Pine shavings are kiln dried
which takes out the oils that cause resp issues in other types of shavings
like cedar. They are super absorbant, safe to eat, smell good, and
comfortable for the rabbit. It is a win from all angles. Plus it runs about
5$ for a huge bag of it at a feed store.
How about grass? Can I mow my lawn and use that grass?
i use back 2 nature litter for my bunnies
we dont have a hay can i only put a newspaper? is that okay for a rabbit?
what bedding is best to use?
So eating hay with urine on it, won’t hurt the rabbits?
If i use hay, wont my rabbit eat the urine infested hay?
Where do you get all the different rabbits?
i use hay and pellets
Can I just use wood shavings? Its almost like sawdust.
Can i use strips of paper for my bunnys bedding.
There’s a type of care fresh that is lavender I think. Is that ok?
Apparently they can eat lavender…
We use wood pellets and hay to chew. And I change it every day but i dont
wash it every single day as, I am afraid to hurt my rabbit by doing that is
What about CareFresh
How do you potty train your bunny?
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