Taking care of a rabbit?

Ryan says:

I have to take care of 3 rabbits for a year but i dont know what they will need and how much it will cost? Where they should live? Should they be together or separate? How much food do they eat a day? Etc.

Sabrina says: ONE: Buy an indoor rabbit cage. Rabbits are small, but they need a lot of room to move around. For an average-sized rabbit, you'll need a cage that's at least four feet wide, two feet deep, and two...

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Rabbit River produces Canada’s only cage-free white eggs

Life for Rabbit River Free Range Omega-3 Lohmanns is a considerable improvement over life in a cage. The birds are free range, meaning that weather permitting, they have on average eight hours a day of access to the outdoors, an area that totals six acres.

Rabbit Popularity Multiplies

Rabbits have grown tremendously in popularity as pets in the United States. Industry watchers, including the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association rate them close behind birds and aquarium fish. As the only small mammal to occupy the top-five ...

Can a rabbit and a guinea pig live together?

Cohabitation with guinea pigs is never a problem'. Other sources say that rabbits can bully guinea pigs so they don't eat properly. In addition, their different nutritional requirements, cage space and exercise needs mean that they are not ideally suited ...

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4-H News If your rabbit is housed outdoors in a hutch, check the location. If the hutch moved to an area of shade in the summer, the hutch should be relocated against a building for the winter. Placing the hutch against the building prevents the cold wind from

Abandoned rabbits — and a ferret — prompt scolding from Gander SPCA The manager at the Gander and Area SPCA is sharing horror stories of abandoned pet rabbits and a ferret being left in the wild and urging people to take pet ownership seriously. Harris said people are helping to foster the animals for now until

Boone Hall pumpkin patch, corn maze open this weekend Other attractions include two of the largest jump pillows in the state, a three story Giant Slide Tower, giant inflatables, two rock-climbing walls, a giant rope spider web, goat walk and rabbit enclosure, playground area, and more. Also on hand every

Boone Hall Pumpkin Patch a Lowcountry family tradition Other attractions include two of the largest jump pillows in the state, a three story Giant Slide Tower, giant inflatables, two rock-climbing walls, a giant rope spider web, goat walk and rabbit enclosure, playground area, and more. Also on hand every

Rescuing endangered rabbits from fire danger The Sutherland Canyon fire, started by lightning in late June, was burning toward the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's largest enclosure where the state and its partners are breeding endangered pygmy rabbits to bring the species back.

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