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1. Is a Rabbit the Right Pet for You? : The Humane Society of the United States
that has been thoroughly rabbit-proofed. Learn more about rabbit housing » Do you have children? rabbits and young children are generally not a good mix. rabbits require safe, gentle handling and a quiet environment. As prey
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2. Rabbit Care and Behavior Tips : The Humane Society of the United States
for any pet, including rabbits. But by preparing everything ahead of time, you can help ease the process for your new rabbit. Read More November 11, 2009 Video: rabbit
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3. Rabbit Housing : The Humane Society of the United States
and this applies to rabbits, too. Many bunnies today live as house rabbits, roaming freely throughout the home just like dogs and cats do. Outdoor dangers There are several reasons rabbits shouldn't live outdoors: Domestic
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4. Rabbits : The Humane Society of the United States
darling bunny? But buying a rabbit on impulse is never a good idea. Educate yourself on what it takes to care for a rabbit. Learn More More About rabbits Solving Problems with Wild rabbits rabbit Housing All rabbit
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5. Rabbits Are Nuts About Fruit : The Humane Society of the United States
be considered a treat for rabbits. While popular cartoon rabbits are constantly seen eating carrots, such a diet would be terrible for a real-life rabbit. Carrots are very starchy and should only be given in limited quantities. A carrot should
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6. Solving Problems with Wild Rabbits : The Humane Society of the United States
thing to do when they find rabbits that appear to need help. What attracts rabbits to urban areas? Common problems and solutions rabbits eating plants Does that rabbit need help? Public health and rabbits Resources
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7. Watching Wildlife : The Humane Society of the United States
be read like a book. A rabbit moves across the field as snow falls and weaves a trail that shows a cautious exploration for food amidst a concern for exposure to predators. And well so. A fox’s trail intercepts the rabbit’s and
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8. Found an Injured or Orphaned Animal? : The Humane Society of the United States
rehabilitator . Baby rabbits A rabbit who is four inches long with open eyes and erect ears is independent from his mother and should be allowed to fend for himself. Uninjured baby rabbits in a nest that is intact should also be left
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9. Ten Ways to Help Animals in Labs : The Humane Society of the United States
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10. Pets : The Humane Society of the United States
Gerbils Guinea Pigs Rabbits Ferrets Horses Pet Birds Rats Mice Fish Sometimes a struggling reader just needs the right audience. Don Smith Healing Hounds From the
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