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Rabbit 101

  • HAY 101

    RABBITS LOVE TO EAT. There’s no question about it. They love to munch, chew and devour their favorite food. It’s also a fun sight to see them eat! ...
  • Bunny Bonding

    While some rabbits happily live solo with their human companion, most of them enjoy having another rabbit around. Once two rabbits become the best of friends, it’s truly a wonderful and heart melting experience. But be prepared, bonding two bunnies takes time and a lot of patience. 
  • Barley's Neutering

    Neutering is something we wanted for Barley before he turned one. He really wasn't displaying aggressive behavior towards us, but he was highly territorial. We wanted to have him neutered to lessen his territorial habits and to bond him and our female rabbit, Burrito.
  • Rabbit Vets and Hospitals

    Finding rabbit-savvy veterinarians in the Philippines could prove to be difficult. For the past decade of being rabbit parents, we’ve only come to trust one animal hospital when it comes to our rabbits.
  • Rabbit Language

    When you spend enough time with your rabbits, you’d notice that they do have a unique way of expressing how they feel. You’ll eventually somehow understand what they are thinking or feeling based on the different actions that they do. Here’s a list of common actions that will hopefully help you understand what your rabbit is trying to say.
  • Spaying and Neutering

    Spaying/Neutering is the medical procedure in which the reproductive organs are surgically removed to prevent rabbits from reproducing, getting certain life threatening diseases and developing aggressive behavior. Unfortunately, in the Philippines, most rabbit owners and even pet shops aren’t aware of the importance of spaying or neutering a rabbit.
  • Rabbit Health

    Rabbits can have several different health issues. Here are common illnesses that we’ve also experienced first-hand. If you do encounter similar issues with your rabbit, please consult a rabbit-savvy veterinarian first before taking any action.
  • Grooming

    Like cats, rabbits give themselves baths by licking frequently. They should never be bathed. Since rabbits constantly lick their fur, it is important to brush them regularly to remove any loose fur that they may ingest. Especially during shedding season, rabbits do shed fur excessively and brushing is a must to prevent blockage in their gut. Rabbits also need their nails to be trimmed regularly to avoid discomfort. 

  • Housing and Toilet-training

    Rabbits aren’t meant to be kept in small cages 24/7. They need wide spaces where they can safely play and explore. Rabbits are happiest when they have enough space and freedom to run around and be their happy little selves. 
  • Food and Diet

    Bunnies love to eat! But don’t get too carried away with the carrots and pellets! These should not be a rabbit's staple food contrary to popular belief. They should be given unlimited hay, which gives them all the nutrients and fiber that they need.