Dogs and cats are the most common pets in North America. Rabbits are less abundant but make fantastic companions. Contrary to popular belief, however, they aren't necessarily low-maintenance pets. Find out whether you can handle the chores, time and finances required by bunny ownership.
A rabbit lives an average lifespan of eight years, depending on care and nutrition.
If you have ever thought about getting a rabbit, here is some information to help you decide if a rabbit is the right pet for you. Just remember your new pet will need you all year long—not just at Easter time!
This elegant breed is nearly extinct in the US but has a vibrant history and a personality to match!
Rabbits are social animals that love to rub noses, eat freshly rained-on grass, and feel the dirt between their furry toes. Is it because they are silent that we subject them to a lifetime behind bars, and how can you let a rabbit roam free safely and responsibly?
Learn why your rabbit is making the noises he is. Grinding teeth is for a rabbit what purring is to a cat.
Here are some tips for selecting and taking care of your first pet rabbit. Rabbits make wonderful pets, but there are some things that you will need to consider before bringing one home.
While many rabbits' ears are consistently erect, some rabbits have two floppy ears or one erect ear and one floppy ear. This article discusses several potential causes of floppy ears in rabbits.
Straw and hay are both dried grass products that look similar, but while hay is full of nutritional goodness for your rabbit, straw is only good for bedding.
Rabbits need toys to live happy and healthy lives. Luckily, homemade toys are easy and fun to DIY. You'll find all kinds of ideas and instructions here!
Sometimes it's hard to tell whether rabbits are sick or not. Here are five signs that may indicate that your bunny is not feeling well.