Rabbits

6 Fun Ways to Make Your Small Pet Work for Their Food

by Dianne Cook, LVT If you’ve ever witnessed a rabbit or rodent eating in the wild, you’ve may have noticed their meals don’t always come easy. Instead, they use their keen senses and naturally athletic bodies to seek out and dig up or stretch to reach the very best morsels. On the opposite spectrum, our …

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Best Toys for Redirecting Destructive Behavior in Small Mammals

by Dianne Cook, LVT Let’s face it, small mammals have garnered a reputation for being destructive. The truth of the matter is that most of the destructive behaviors small mammals express are simply a way of them communicating that something in their environment isn’t working. Luckily, with some patience, understanding, and the aid of engaging, …

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How to Handle Aggression Issues in Rabbits

by Dianne Cook, Licensed Veterinary Technician Adorable. Docile. Friendly. All words rabbit parents frequently use to describe their fur babies, but the truth is rabbits are just as capable of having grumpy attitudes as their human companions. Like their wild ancestors, domesticated rabbits generally prefer to express themselves through body language, often displaying clear signs of aggression before …

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