Rabbit Care Information and Resources Library
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House Rabbit Resource Network has compiled a variety of rabbit care information and resources and put it all in one place. You can trust that the information in these pages is correct and vetted by our veteran bunny owners. However, please note that these articles are not to be replacements for taking your rabbit to the vet, these are available to support you along with you veterinarian’s guidance. If you’re concerned about your rabbit’s health and welfare, please contact your rabbit savvy-veterinarian immediately.
Gut Stasis, aka G.I Stasis, or Gastrointestinal Stasis, is one of the most common illnesses in rabbits. Thankfully, it’s also one of the easiest conditions to treat if it’s caught early on, but it can be fatal if it isn’t treated quickly.
How much pellets is too much? Too little? Why do we feed rabbits man-made pellets when they never had them in the wild? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this section.
Not all vegetables are safe or good for rabbits to eat. While others are very important to keep your rabbit healthy. Some fruits can be a tasty treat, while others should be avoided. Learn all about Veggies, Fruits, and Treats–good, the bad, and the ugly.
Learn the minimum size requirements of a cage so your rabbit can be happy and healthy. HRRN also sells custom cages that are a little different than what the pet store in town sells.
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We’re constantly adding and improving our Rabbit Care & Information Resource Library so that rabbit owners and caretakers from everywhere can get the best up to date and correct information regarding all things rabbit. If you want to know about something that your not seeing here, contact us so we can add it!