Rabbits
1. Intelligent, affectionate and social
2. Most active morning and evening
3. Should be housed alone once 16 weeks old
4. Live up to 10 years
5. Will molt 2 times a year
6. Should be at least 6 weeks old to buy
Healthy Animal
1. Active
2. Alert
3. Social
4. Healthy fur
5. Clear eyes
Health Issue
1. Diarrhea
2. Sneezing/Coughing
3. Missing patches of fur
4. Overgrown teeth
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he may not "be himself." He may be scared or insecure.
During this relocation period be patient, building a
friendship may take time.

Sitting quietly on the floor in a safe area is a great way
to get the bunny to accept his new surroundings.

New feed needs to be gradually introduced to him. Each day he can get more of the new feed
and less of the old feed. It is very important to keep
diarrhea away.

Hay is needed with all bunnies 24 hours a day. You can use coastal, alfalfa or timothy. Mine
do not like cubes but you could try.

Fresh vegies such as
dark leafy or root vegetables are the best. Stay away from beans and
rhubarb. ***
However do not introduce vegies until 12 weeks of age and then only one at a
time.

NOT TO HOT - It is extremely important to not let your baby (or adult) get to hot. They can
easily have a heat stroke and die with in hours.  Florida summers have taken many bunnies.
Please be careful.

Bunnies have very STRONG back legs and are capable of breaking their own back. Try to
keep bunnies from getting to upset and kicking harshly. One method I have found to help with
unhappy bunnies is to
gently cup your hand over their face until they calm down. Do not
smoother this should only be for a second or two.
 I am not a vet.