These are just some of the basics that all rabbits owners need to know. That is a lot of stuff to catch up on, if you already own a pet bunny. These topics that should be learned BEFORE you ever take on a rabbit as a pet. You will find that once you have a basic knowledge of rabbits, then your journey continues on, as you discover the many complexities and even the personality quirks of your own pet.
How To Safely House Your Pet Bunny
Bunny-Proofing Your Home & Rabbit Abode Area
What Is A Healthy Diet For A House Rabbit
What Is Toxic For Your Bunny
How To Choose A Rabbit Specialist Vet
Litter Box Set-Up & Training
How To Know If Your Rabbit Is Sick
Socializing & Playing With Your Rabbit
Rabbit Communication - Language & Signals
Intermediate and advanced rabbit care knowledge, usually comes out of necessity, because eventually almost all rabbit lovers run into challenges that go beyond the basics. Each rabbit teaches us something different. It helps a lot, when people like myself share our many experiences so that others may learn, too. I know that if you love your bunny, that you will want to be able to help him and even possibly save his life, when some rabbit crisis occurs. I can tell you that it truly helps to be prepared and when it comes to rabbits, what you don't know WILL hurt them.
It takes a real effort to be proactive. One way to do this is by joining rabbit groups and lists and learning. One such list is the one for the FREE THE BUNNY GUY NEWSLETTER. You can opt to receive without any obligation and cancel it at any time. I am sure you will find it informative and worthwhile reading. Another great way to become more educated is to get your hands on several good books about rabbits and read them. All long journeys begin with the proverbial "first step". If you already have a pet rabbit, then you cannot procrastinate.
I am sorry to say that many people do not consider this, until it is too late and disaster strikes. In fact for many people, if they had done their homework prior to obtaining a pet rabbit, they might have decided that a rabbit was not the right pet for them. Having a pet bunny is not for everyone.
So often when chatting with the public, I learn that getting their first rabbit was an impulse. They saw a cute bunny for sale somewhere and moments later were the proud owners of a new baby bunny. Others tell me how they rescued a stray rabbit running loose somewhere. These stray bunnies are most likely the ones who were set free by the first group that I just mentioned, when they realized that their "impulse" had gone terribly wrong.
These impulse rabbit disasters could be prevented if knowledge about rabbit care was as widely known in the public as say, dog or cat care. Most dog owners know what to feed their dog and how to care for him. Sadly, I would say that more than half of pet rabbits do not have owners who are quite so educated, even about basics. Most rabbit owners I meet still feed their bunny only pellets. Most still house their pet in a backyard hutches, exposed to the elements and predators.
I understand that the only way we can change this, is to make the information widely available and over time the public will become more savvy. The easy way to get all of this information is to buy my new book, "The Bunny Lover's Complete Guide To House Rabbits" which is available in print or digital download in many formats. All of the basics and many advanced techniques are described in both words and the many pictures, such as how to pick up your rabbit or trim his toe nails.
Many of you do not want to spend $10 or $20 to buy a book, so that is why I have decided to publish this critical knowledge to my newsletter subscribers for FREE. Let me help make your journey easier and more enjoyable at the same time. REGISTER NOW.
The Bunny Guy