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Rabbit Care Tips

Travelling with Rabbits Using a Stroller

Travelling with Rabbits Using a Stroller

With more and more of us living in apartments, taking our pets out via public transport is increasingly commonplace.

Lugging a pet carrier up a bus, tram or train can sometimes be daunting, if you have giant rabbits or a big family of rabbits, their weight simply adds up. Besides hitting the gym to build up our muscles, you can travel with giant rabbits or multiple rabbits with relative ease using a pet stroller.

Clearly, not all pet strollers are made the same, so ensure that the one you buy suits your needs.

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Rabbit Toys

Rabbit Toys

Like dogs and cats, rabbits are intelligent creatures who require mental stimulation and physical exercise. They require toys which satisfy their innate need to hide. Keeping a solitary rabbit in a tiny cage without toys is likely to result in boredom and depression.

Not all rabbits enjoy the same toys. Some love to rip telephone books or boxes, while others keep them intact. Some rabbits love toys that make noise and will fling toys with bells. Some love tossing toilet rolls and unstacking stacking cups. Read more →

Best Rabbit Hide-Outs & Castles

Best Rabbit Hide-Outs & Castles

It’s part of a rabbit’s natural instinct to burrow and hide. As prey animals, rabbits feel more comfortable having somewhere to retreat into. Indoor rabbits don’t always have the ability to satisfy their natural instincts. You may often find them lying in a corner of the room, under a table or chair, or squished between tight spaces.
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