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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

How to Bathe and clean your Rabbit

May 30th, 2021 by

Some pets need help bathing while some do not. Rabbits, along with cats, fall into the category of independent bathers. There are still safe ways to bathe your pet rabbit if necessary, but be aware of the risks. Avoid bathing your rabbit and only do so as a last resort. If you must bathe your

Do Rabbits Get Along With Other Pets?

May 29th, 2021 by

Animals are wonderful and can bring lots of joy, love and laughter into a family. Their very presence can warm even the hardest of hearts. That’s why if you are a true animal lover, you probably have more than one pet, perhaps a dog and a cat. If you are considering adding a rabbit to

Essential Rabbit Gear for new owners

May 19th, 2021 by

Keeping a pet rabbit is one of the most rewarding experiences, they are a very vulnerable animal that is extremely dependent on you to stay alive and in doing so they are extremely kind and caring back. They do require a lot of attention, toys, love and care but this guide will breakdown everything we

Are rabbits (Kits) born blind?

April 20th, 2021 by

Why are rabbits born blind? At birth, a rabbits eyes are sealed shut and will remain this way for approximately two to three weeks after birth. The reason behind this is to allow the baby rabbit to develop further outside of their mother who will be read to breed sooner. This does however make baby

Understanding your Rabbits Body Language & Behavior

December 29th, 2020 by

Understanding a rabbits body language A rabbits body language is not always easy to interpret at times. Every rabbit has their own unique personality and some may be more confident than others in expressing themselves. All rabbits do things to communicate their feelings, whether they are happy, sad, excited or scared. To understand their behavior

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