1 edition of Care for your rabbit. found in the catalog.
Care for your rabbit.
This ed. first publ.: Collins, 1990.
|Series||The official RSPCA pet guide|
|Contributions||Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.|
Once you are aware which corner they prefer to use as a toilet, place a litter tray there big enough for your rabbit to use comfortably. This will make it far easier to keep the accommodation clean. What to feed your rabbit. Hay or grass should be the basis of your rabbit’s . Rabbit Care. Fur Care: In the spring, your rabbit’s fur will naturally fall out. This is called molting. Your rabbit is very good at grooming herself. You can help by grooming once a week with a stiff bristle brush or a fine toothed metal comb, especially for long haired breeds. Brush with the direction of the fur to keep the fur in peak.
Grooming Your House Rabbit. A clean, well-groomed bunny is a happy and healthy bunny. Here are a few tips to keeping your bunny looking and feeling sharp, including brushing, nail trimming, preventing sore hocks, and taking care of teeth. Read more» Clipping Your Rabbit’s Nails. Clipping your rabbit’s nails may seem a daunting task. Rabbit Dental Care and Molar Trims Most of the time, a rabbit's teeth will be kept in the optimal condition by eating the proper foods. Please visit our rabbit feeding page to learn more about the proper diet to feed your rabbit. In addition, this page will cover information about dental disease and dental care. Dental disease is one of the most common problems for veterinarians. Rabbit teeth.
Dos of Dwarf Rabbit Care. Give your bunny lots of attention. Let your bunny have lots of exercise. Feed your bunny hay for better digestion. Groom your bunny frequently to keep it healthy. Give your bunny chew toys to help keep its teeth at a good length. Give your bunny fresh vegetables like carrot and celery, but only once in a while. The book includes a vast array of beautiful pictures and contains detailed information about various aspects of rabbit care. Highly recommended! Care of Your Rabbit (Young Pet Owner's Guide)- .
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Previous edition: Includes index. Description: 32 pages: color illustrations ; 23 cm. How to Care for Pet Rabbits Learn how properly care for your rabbit and follow our tips and advice for being a responsible rabbit owner.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: "The official RSPCA pet guide"--Cover. Includes index. Description: 32 pages: color illustrations, 1. Also, don’t feed your rabbit chocolate, candy, anything moldy, or most human foods.
If you are not sure about a certain food, ask your rabbit’s veterinarian. Pellets If you choose to make pellets a part of your rabbit’s diet, it is best to use them as a supplement to the dark green, leafy vegetables, not as.
Always wash your hands before and after handling your rabbit. HEALTH Rabbits should be seen by your veterinarian at least once per year and checked for ear and fur mites, general body condition, nail length, and dental problems.
Any health problems that occur between regular check- ups should be referred to your Size: 54KB. Please visit to obtain your complete printed or digital copy of this book. How to Pick Up Your Rabbit 1.
To pick up your bunny, first make a “V” with your hand. Slip your hand under the rabbit behind his front legs and find the balance point. Lift your rabbit using your other hand to steady the hind Size: KB. House Rabbit Journal () House Rabbits (21) Just for Fun (21) Life with a House Rabbit (46) Links (13) News () Pet Loss Support (12) Rabbit Behavior (94) Aggression and Age-Related Behavior (11) Litter Training (1) Multiple Rabbits (33) Rabbit Personality (34) Rabbits & Other Pets (7) Rabbits & the Family (15) Rabbit Care ( Rabbit Care and Feed Book Guidelines: It is suggested that a copy of the Care and Feed book be made for use as a work copy.
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