Bunny Benefits: 10 Reasons a Rabbit Might Be the Pet for You
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I've been looking into getting a rabbit ever since my teacher got two adorable bunnies for the class. I really like your pet bunny, Ronja, and would like to know what breed he is! So by any chance could you please inform me on that? Thanks!
@anonymous: Hi Jadyn, I am so sorry I thought I had answered your question, but it seems my response didn't go through. For Ronja I use the pellets from the local petstore. It is a bag with no brand on so I unfortunately don't think you can get the exact same. I would however recommend something like Oxbow Bunny Basics pellets. With pellets the most important thing is that there are no added sugary stuff, seeds or fruit in them. Therefore it is often best to go for the plain ones. Here is a link for you also I recommend checking the poo of the rabbit daily when you start feeding it, just to make sure it is agreeing with the diet you are setting it. Good luck with your new best friend! :)
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Getting a Pet Rabbit: What to Expect - My House Rabbit
It’s the Saturday before Easter weekend at Petland in Fairfax, Virginia. Sixteen baby bunnies sit in three open pens, all for sale. Two teenage girls reach into a pen, scoop one up, and plop down on the floor, squealing over its cuteness: “I need it!”It’s not just pet stores. Farm stores, 4-H clubs, backyard breeders, and Facebook and Craigslist users across the country advertise baby bunnies ahead of the Easter season. Suzanne Holtz, director of Illinois-based , says these sellers can be even more problematic than pet stores because the rabbits often have a misplaced “halo of rescue” about them. Her shelter will get calls from people looking to surrender a bunny they “saved” from Craigslist, where selling animals is ostensibly banned.This disconnect appears to drive impulse pet rabbit purchases, says Anne Martin, executive director of the , the largest rabbit rescue organization in the U.S. Because many people think they’re short-lived, low maintenance, cage-bound animals, rabbits are seen as “starter pets,” akin to hamsters or goldfish, perfect for kids. This misconception may help drive a glut of baby bunny sales ahead of Easter—and a subsequent rise in rabbit abandonments.Thinking about getting a pet rabbit for a child? A house rabbit may seem like the perfect pet for kids, but this is not always the case. Many children are too young to handle a rabbit appropriately. Bunnies may look cute and cuddly, but they do not behave in ways typified in children’s stories or cartoons.