Care Guides posts

Homemade Rabbits Treats for your Bunny

June 25th, 2021 by

Rabbit treats found in supermarkets are usually pretty unhealthy and contain ingredients that can cause your rabbit to get sick, for example yogurt drops. Many other treats you find in a shop that may be healthier likely still contain high traces of sugar, corn or seeds, all of which should be avoided. However, the ultimate

Can Rabbits Eat Pumpkin? Alternatives and Benefits

June 15th, 2021 by

Can Rabbits Eat Pumpkin? – Pumpkin is everywhere during October, so it’s a fair question to ask if your rabbit can eat the winter squash. Pumpkins are full of vitamins, antioxidants, fiber and minerals. Did you know Pumpkins are also around 90% water? Which makes them great for hydrating your bunny. Rabbits can eat the

Are Rabbits Herbivores, Omnivores or Carnivores?

June 15th, 2021 by

Whilst rabbits do try to eat everything, where do they fall? Are they Herbivores or not? The answer is, yes! Rabbits are Herbivores. There’s some misunderstanding outside of the rabbit community as most rodents are omnivores and rabbits are commonly seen as rodents despite actually being Lagomorpha. Rabbits may try to steal your pizza, but

2021 Christmas gift guide for rabbits

June 13th, 2021 by

Your furry friend deserves to be loved and spoilt too! Regardless of whether or not you call your rabbit a member of the family, a fur baby or pet, they deserve to only get the best toys and treats. 2021 is no exception, with many of us being inside due to a lockdown I’m sure

French Lop Rabbit Guide – Care, Lifespan, Diet & FAQ

June 13th, 2021 by

What are French Lop Rabbits? French lop Eared rabbits are one of the most popular breeds out there, they’re known for being extremely small rabbits which are the produce of cross breeding Butterfly and English Lops. Unfortunately, the original purpose of this cross breeding was for improved meat production. The French Lop breed was actually

Can rabbits eat tomatoes?

May 31st, 2021 by

Rabbits are among the so-called “folivores” and are therefore leaf eaters. Their main food is the green parts of plants, such as buds and leaf tips. But the rodents are also allowed to eat vegetables and fruit now and then. Find out here whether you should also feed your rabbit tomatoes! Tomatoes belong to the

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