It is very important to keep the diet consistent with your rabbit, do not overfeed. A sudden change in the amount or the type of food can cause digestive problems like sticky, soft, feces that can lead to a gastrointestinal stoppage, which can be fatal. Water is extremely important you need to change the water once a day. The rabbit needs a lot of water.
Change the litter daily to avoid unhealthy ammonia inhalation. The full strength of white vinegar works best to clean and neutralize urine from fabrics, floors or carpet. Keep your eye out for chewing of unsafe items like plastic, electrical wiring, and carpet. Paper and cardboard are safe for chewing.
Rabbits-like to exercise by running and jumping. If the rabbit escapes never chase it but, entice it with a favorite food. An indoor rabbit should be kept in the coolest and least humid part of the house. Room temperature range is 60-70 F. If the temperature rises to above 80F can go into heat stroke.
How to properly hold a rabbit
Slowly approach your rabbit get down to their level
when you are ready to scoop up by placing a hand under the torso and pull your rabbit close to your body. Support the rabbit's hindquarters. Never pick up a rabbit by the ears or scruff of the neck.
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