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Rabbit Food Pyramid

Are you prepared?

Rabbits are a great responsibility, they may seem easy to care for, but you don't really know until you live with one. They are considered exotics, so any medical visit is costly. I may sound repetitive, but honestly I can't say this enough. Day after day I read so many stories of rabbits being abandoned… Continue reading Are you prepared?

Oxbow, my best friend!

Oxbow products are truly my best friend, they have come incredibly handy with such a picky eater. As most of you already know, Cooper doesn't eat hay, he never has and we all know how important hay is for rabbits. Unfortunately, this made my first few years with him incredibly difficult. Thankfully by now, after… Continue reading Oxbow, my best friend!

It’s Rabbit Awareness Week (RAW)

Did you know that a rabbit's diet consists of 85-90% fresh hay? Maybe you did, but a lot of rabbit owners don't know this information as most pet stores sell rabbits as a starter pet. Sold with a small cage, pellets and told to feed them lettuce and carrots. Wonderful! Not really, and this is… Continue reading It’s Rabbit Awareness Week (RAW)

For the love of Exotics!

Although the rabbit community is quite large, it's still difficult in many cities to find veterinarians that specialize in exotics. Yes, rabbits are considered an exotic pet. I've been very lucky with Cooper, in both cities I've lived in I have found veterinarians that treat exotics. As you all know, recently we made some changes in our… Continue reading For the love of Exotics!