Pet Rabbit Care, Bunny Information, Facts & Pictures
For the record, my buff ran out in mid-battle with a bunny; the battle did not suddenly end. The game let me finish the pet battle.
Before you make a decision to bring a pet rabbit into your home (or to buy one for your child), please read the sections at left to learn about rabbit care, feeding and handling. And if you do decide to give a bunny a home, please don’t buy one in a pet store. Your local rabbit rescue organization has many bunnies that are looking for loving owners. Many of these groups can be found under the section “Bunny Organizations”.
Hi our son has had his floppy ear bunny since he was 6 weeks ago and now today he is 3 years old. His name is buddy . Buddy was healthy and fat and was doing awesome till about 2 months ago. This summer in July we went away for 1 month and left bunny in care where we purchased him the pet store. They kept-ed up his regular food routine. When we came back our son continue to take care of buddy and enjoyed the out doors during the day for a few hours and the remaining times in the garage and even at night. After awhile we noticed buddy was drinking excessively and urinating none stop. Buddy stopped using his potty. Buddy was potting trained. This happened for about a month and starting noticing his bottom fur getting wet and not drying himself. Our son bath him and cleaned buddy on a regular weekly baths. We took buddy to the vet and he was given antibiotics and a special antibiotics for his baths. Our vet told us to remove his lettuce, carrots and treats from the pet store. The vet told us he has a urine tract infection. Buddy has lost alot of weigh but not drinking as much as before. But still drinks Buddy continues to eat. We have added a carrot and an apple back into his diet again. He is slowing using his potty again but we are worried about his bottom will his fur ever grow back IN? Will he ever gain back his weight? We were told we were over feeding him before with the wrong foods too much lettuce and greens like apples carrots are not good for him. He does eat pellets but refuses to eat any type of hay. Any suggestions about what is happening to our sweet buddy. When we pet him all we feel is his bones. Thanks for any suggestions
Pet Rabbit Care, Bunny Information, Facts & Pictures.
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Now here's a bunny who knows what he wants. And what he wants is to get pets. Forever. And if the petting stops, he will stamp his bunny feet and growl. Apparently he does this a lot:Rabbits can make terrific, loving pets in the right circumstances. However, potential bunny owners should be sure that they are ready to make the time, financial, and emotional commitment to a rabbit before bringing one home. If you’re thinking of a bunny as a pet, talk to other rabbit owners, veterinarians, rabbit breeders, and other rabbit-savvy individuals, and visit a rabbit rescue organization first to help ensure a bunny is the right choice for you.My House Rabbit promotes rabbits as indoor pets and provides tips on . You can learn how to create a safe, welcoming environment for your house rabbit and gain insight into , so you will better understand your bunny’s needs. You can also check out our or And don’t miss our and !Pet rabbits love to dig and chew. In order to protect your house rabbit as well as your home you will need to bunny proof. Chew toys, wire protectors, puppy pens, and supervision are essential in providing a safe home for your pet.