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Rabbits need friends too Bunnies are very social animals and are only entirely happy living as a couple or in a group. So from the occasional "loner" that maybe wasn't properly socialized growing up or experienced some kind of trauma, bunnies will be happier as a couple.What we hear very often is that people are afraid that their bunny will not be as tame once he/she is bonded with a partner. This is not true. After many years of bunny experience and a lot of contact with bunny parents all over the world, I’ve never heard that a bunny didn’t want...

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What do they eat? First of all, most treats offered in pet stores are garbage! They're colorful and fun looking and contain all the wrong things for bunnies! Yogurt drops, alfalfa cookies and all that contain way too much sugar and oat, and make the bunnies sick and obese. They don’t have the necessary enzymes to break down the lactose in yoghurt drops. If they need some beneficial bacteria for stomach problems then choose products like Bene Bad or ProBios which are specifically made for small animals. Grass/Hay The most natural foods for bunnies are grass and hay. If you’re certain that...

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Bunnies hide illnesses well as they are afraid to be left out of the group. Therefore you should always pay close attention for possible health issues! Daily Check: • Is every bunny there for feeding time? • Are they alert and interested in their surroundings?• Do they move normally and are they active? When a bunny appears different or if you encounter signs of disease while doing the health check, a visit to the vet is vital - we do not recommend to wait for answers in forums or to try to treat your bunnies yourself! Weekly Check:   •...

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Some tips for beginners and new bunny parents: Bunnies are very social animals who live in groups. That is why they should ideally never be kept alone as a single bunny.A human or an animal of a different species like a guinea pig for example cannot replace another bunny partner. A couple usually works out best. The male should be neutered early enough (until the 12th week) to prevent litter. If they are neutered early enough you don’t have to separate them from their female partners which is a big advantage. Two males that have been neutered early can manage...

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