Rabbit, Chinchilla & Guinea Pig Medley


What are you doing right now?  Are you at work, and perhaps doing a little small pet surfin’ to while away the day?  (It’s okay, rest assured we won’t tell your boss….).  Or perhaps you’re at school, sneaking a quick peek during break or lunch hour.   You might be at home, just chilling and browsing about your favorite hobby – small … [Read more...]

Timothy Hay, Rabbit Pellets, Happy Bunnies & Owners


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Now, we often talk about the importance of feeding your rabbit the best quality timothy hay and rabbit pellets.  And the most conscientious of pet owners (AKA – you!) know how vitally important this is.  After all, each and every one of us works really hard to ensure our pets are given the best nutrition to keep them in tip top … [Read more...]

5 Ways to Ensure your Pet Enjoys his Rabbit Hay



Rabbit hay!  You probably know that it’s an essential part of your bunny’s diet.  It’s vital for good digestion, as well as ensuring that their ever-growing teeth get the workout they need to remain in good shape. But what should you do if you have a rabbit that seems reluctant to eat enough hay to be healthy?  It can be worrying for any owner … [Read more...]

Why Rabbits Are Eco-Friendly Pets



Over the last few years, I’ve come across a handful of articles about how rabbits are one, if not, the most eco-friendly pet to own.  How exactly can a pet be eco-friendly?   Well, rabbits are extremely clean animals and vegetarians - requiring a healthy diet of timothy hay and a variety of fresh greens and vegetables, and water.  Most … [Read more...]

5 Tips On How To Bunny Proof Your Home


Rabbits are very destructive animals. In the wild, they live in burrows underground so they dig by instinct. They also chew on everything as their teeth are continually growing. Young rabbits or un spayed/neutered rabbits will be more destructive then adults or fixed rabbits but all rabbits still have their instincts to dig and chew. Because of … [Read more...]

Picking Up Your Pet Rabbit


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We've all seen the cute pictures of those bunnies who act like lap cats and sit calmly on their owner's lap for ear rubs, but that is not our rabbit. Our rabbit flails and kicks whenever we try and pick him up and he runs from you if you even look like you want to.  What do you do if your pet rabbit becomes a crazed demon every time you want to … [Read more...]

Do-It Yourself: Recycled Cardboard Creation for Rabbits, Chinchillas and Guinea Pigs



Items Needed: Shipping box, approximately 18”W x 12”D x 5”H (3) paper towel rolls (3) toilet paper rolls   I removed the top flaps from the box, except for a small piece along one side.  I also cut out an opening along one of the sides.  Using scissors, I carefully cut slits along the sides of the box to create a ‘fringe’.  Then, … [Read more...]

I’m all E.A.R.S – the rabbit rescue center story



What does it take to be an animal shelter? What is required to run a rescue?   I’m sure these questions have been asked by many people over the years. I’ll even be as bold to say that I’m 100% certain many shelter owners, employees, and volunteers of animal shelters around the globe have gladly given their input and answers to these … [Read more...]

Top Tips for Photographing your Small Pet



Taking pictures of small pets can be difficult. You can’t tell them to pose, and just when you have the camera ready, they stop doing the cute thing they were doing a moment ago. Here are a few tips that may help capture those special moments and do our beautiful little babies justice. These are not tips for professional photographers; they were … [Read more...]

Could You Be Feeding Too Many Pellets To Your Rabbit?


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You may think more is always better. Well, not always. When it comes to your rabbits diet, too many pellets can actually be harmful to your pet. Unlimited pellets or too many pellets can cause obesity which can lead to many problems including, sore hocks, difficulty grooming, and difficulty eating their cecotropes (Yes, bunnies do eat their own … [Read more...]