This pet rabbit guide and new rabbit checklist is perfect if you're thinking about getting a pet rabbit, if you have just got one, or if you're thinking about a rescue rabbit (good on you!).
If you're new to bunnies everything, and I mean everything is really important on this page so please click as many links and info images as you can. And rest assured you're in the best place to start your learning journey :-)
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Pet Rabbit Guide here
Your precious bunny-bundles could have got to your home in a variety of ways;
...but just like getting a new baby home, sometimes the next few days, weeks and even months show you that it's not always obvious what to do next.
You could be wondering, "What on earth do I do now!? This is just not as simple as I thought it would be".
Any number of problems rear their ugly heads and that's when you rush to the vets, buy an expensive rabbit book, or turn to the Internet for answers.
It's a sad but true fact that many new rabbit raisers throw in the towel quite early on.
New rabbit owners problems range from having their cables or furniture
eaten, (if they are indoor rabbits), to rabbit Houdini tricks under the
fence or eating their prize Petunias (if kept outside), stomping about,
being grouchy, going off their food and biting are also common
This pet rabbit guide isn't going to worry you, shame you and then leave you dangling... we have some real solutions to help you get on the rabbit learning road, after all your pet rabbits don't have a warren of adult rabbits helping them, it's really all down to you, so best to get it right from the get-go.
Don't worry - Everything you need to get started with rabbits is right here!
This pet rabbit guide shows you there are some basic fundamental areas to concentrate on right from the starting gate, and we have carefully selected all the right links, pages, downloads, reports, freebie pdfs, ebooks, products and supplies that you will need right here...
Save this page and work through the list... We've done all the research so you don't have to!
The contents of this pet rabbit guide are only a guideline for you to follow and check off in your learning progression and all stages are useful to show children especially before they take on the responsibility of a pet rabbit.
Showing children the importance of care before their new rabbit comes home, will pay dividends in the long run.
How about taking a peek at the Top 10 rabbits for children... and get some insights in to some rabbit breeds that have proven to be good with children.
If you're new to rabbits you may be surprised to know that they can communicate with you.
You may also want to learn the lingo. Rabbit fans, owners and rabbit husbandry people all have their own terms to express all aspects of rabbitry.
Here's some commonly used rabbit terms to get you started.
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If you think it can be improved, let me know that too.
I'm grateful for all feedback, from rabbit owners, new rabbit owners and even yet-to-be rabbit owners!
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