Jan 3, 2014 - Small Pet Select is offering a free bunny wrap ring with any purchase of hay or pellets! Just use the coupon code BUNNYRING at checkout.
For those looking for a short-term small animal carrier for the occasional transportation of a small pet, cardboard carriers can provide safe, temporary shelter. Lightweight and collapsible, a cardboard small pet carrier is extremely portable and easy to assemble. While these often used during pet adoption events, they are not recommended for use as a long-term small animal carrier substitute or for traveling longer distances. Should you be bringing your pet on a longer journey, you may find that a cushioned fabric or hard plastic small animal carrier is a great fit. When traveling with a bunny, you may even find that a rabbit carrier and playpen combo allows you to safely transport your bunny’s habitat to any location.
Harnesses and leads work well with small animals that you want to take outside. They allow you to keep your pet from getting away from you and from getting into things. Most harnesses can be adjusted to fit the size of animal that you have. Some bunnies, ferrets and guinea pigs can even be harness trained when they are young.
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Picture a food pyramid for rabbits. What do you see at the base? If you chose bunny pellets, you wouldn’t be alone. Walking down the small animal aisle in pet stores usually reinforces the idea that bunny food takes the form of a brown pellet mix (and many times with corn kernels and other unhealthy additives thrown in). Another option is to adopt an or . As animals age, their play drive and energy level may decrease, which can make them good candidates to share a home with a small, fragile animal. In addition, an older animal’s personality is already developed. Choosing an adult dog or cat enables you to look for a pet that will meet the stricter requirements of life with a bunny. Ideally, your new or cat should have experience with bunnies or other small animals. If possible, consider adding a kitten or puppy to your family; this will allow you to introduce your new pet to your bunny during the prime socialization period ( and ). Early introduction is essential because during their socialization period, cats and dogs learn what other animals are their “friends,” making them less likely to look at these species as prey later on. Looking for a pet who is as interactive as a puppy but not as demanding? What about ? Rabbits make wonderful pets in the right situations. If you live in a small home, don’t have very young children, and don’t want to have to walk a pet but have time to play with it, you might want to consider a rabbit. Here are some great reasons bunnies are beneficial: