Rabbit Care Guide


Rabbits need a spacious and secure living area. A cage should be at least 4 times the size of the rabbit and should provide a solid floor, fresh bedding, and a hiding space.


Rabbits need a high-fiber diet that consists of hay, fresh vegetables, and limited amounts of fruit and pellets.


Fresh, clean water should be provided at all times.


Rabbits should be groomed regularly to keep their fur clean and tangle-free.


Rabbits need daily exercise outside of their cage. A playpen or a safe, enclosed space is recommended.


Rabbits should be examined regularly by a veterinarian who specializes in small animals. Signs of illness include loss of appetite, limping, abnormal behavior, and diarrhea.


Rabbits are social animals and should be kept in pairs or groups. Always introduce new rabbits slowly and under supervision.

Remember, rabbits are loving and sociable pets that require daily attention and care.

With proper care, your rabbit can live a happy and healthy life for many years.