Many people keep rabbits as pets or for breeding, but are their rabbits actually happy? Here are the telltale signs of whether your bunny is healthy and happy or unwell and depressed.
Do you have a bunny who doesn't want to be touched or cuddled? With some time and dedication, you could have a bunny who feels safe enough in your company to be picked up or cuddled.
Yes, bunnies are incredibly cute, playful, and fun little individuals, but they also have some tendencies that may be somewhat surprising to the uninitiated.
Here's the good news: If you're the owner of a rabbit and wish to know what's on your bunny's mind, you can. Here are the good and bad behavioral signs communicated by rabbits.
As a new bunny owner, you may notice some undesirable behaviors as you introduce your pet to its new home. Here are some tips on how to avoid these behaviors and discipline your rabbit appropriately.
If you spend any amount of time with a bunny, you will notice how much their cute little noses twitch. But why does a bunny twitch its nose so much, and what can you learn from their nose twitching?
If your bunny seems to regard you with mistrust and suspicion, you should know that this is fairly common rabbit behavior. Learn how to understand and become friends with your bunny.
Learn why your rabbit is making the noises he is. Grinding teeth is for a rabbit what purring is to a cat.