Taking Care of Rabbits
Adjusted to Your Lifestyle




When comes to acquiring rabbits, first comes to our concern is how to taking care of rabbits? Will it be easy, tough, difficult, need special treatments, creating a lot of problems, or even may ruin our lives? Not that far I hope :) You tried seeking rabbit care information from internet, asked friends who have rabbits, or may read a rabbit book or rabbit eBook. You may found taking care of them is complicated, need extra times, etc. And, sometimes it holds back your eagerness to have them.


Please don’t. Actually, we may set how we will take care and keep them well. We may just put them in the backyard, provide basic shelter and feed them regularly. Or, we may build for them fancy indoor cage, buy them complete “furniture” for their house such as feeder, drinking bottle, litter box, bedding, toys and many kind of accessories. Feed them with expensive food, bath them twice a week, comb their hair, check for flea on their body, give them “pedicure” and other treatments, get them exercise in the garden twice a day, play with them day and night, etc. Because we own them not the opposite, we may adjust the way we care of them to suite our lifestyle and convenience. Of course without sacrifice them by providing at least their basic needs and necessities to live well.

At the beginning you may need to learn how to take care of rabbits as “standard” as possible, however after 1-2 month live with them you will know what best for them and for yourself, and you may adjust accordingly. We want happier by keeping pets not adding problems, don’t we? :)

One important thing in rabbit care for beginners is the important of health care because rabbits can be considered as fragile pets. Rabbits may get sick by just consuming “wrong food” that seems ok for rabbits because they are enjoying ate them. Keep your rabbits healthy and they may around with for a long time.



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