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You'll need to learn how to take care of a rabbit if you want to keep one as a pet
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Rabbits require much more care and attention than most people suspect. When I met my first one, Duffy, at a “pet” shop, the employees didn’t tell me how to take care of him, and I thought he would be an easy, cute addition to our living room. I quickly learned that he wanted to be out and about, following us around, playing, and being part of the family—not locked up in a boring cage. I taught him to use a litter box and come when we called him, and he liked to hop up on the sofa for a nap and play in a large wooden dollhouse I had built and decorated. Little did I know that rabbits are chewers—Duffy gnawed my tasty project to bits!
Taking Care of Pet Rabbits
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One of the most docile dwarf rabbits is the Jersey Wooly. This little bunny weighs no more than three and a half pounds when fully grown. It has a compact body and small ears and is nicknamed the “no-kick” bunny due to its gentle nature. It is a popular show rabbit due to its Angora-like fur coat and makes an ideal pet rabbit as well. If you learn how to take care of your Jersey Wooly bunny properly, your bunny can lead a happy and healthy life in your home. Here is our rabbit care checklist of all the crucial stuff you’llneed right away in order to take care of your pet rabbit.
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People who share their home with rabbits, know what is normal or abnormal behavior with their rabbit and will act promptly to seek proper treatment. Because companion house rabbits become actual members of the home, these caretakers will not think twice about seeking veterinary attention or any costs incurred to help their long eared family member. So unless you are a commercial rabbitry, we highly encourage you to house your rabbit indoors. Most cat and dog rescues/shelters want indoor homes for their adoptable pets as well. Being that cat and dogs are predator species, it only makes sense to keep prey species bunny, safe inside.A how to lesson on How To Take Care Of A Mini Lop Rabbit that will improve your pets, rabbits skills. Learn how to get good at pets, rabbits from Videojug's hand-picked industry leaders.

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