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Housing

• Provide a spacious and secure enclosure or hutch for your rabbit.

• Ensure it has enough room to hop around and stretch out fully.

• The enclosure should have solid flooring to prevent injuries.

Diet

• Offer a balanced diet consisting of good quality hay (such as oat and teff hay).

• Provide fresh vegetables daily, such as leafy greens (e.g., kale,basil,parsley,mint,) , celery, yellow peppers, red peppers and green peppers ,carrots and apples ( not daily due to high sugar).

• Offer a small amount of rabbit pellets to ensure proper nutrition.

• Always have fresh water available in a clean bowl

Grooming

• Regularly brush your rabbit's fur to prevent matting and hairballs.

• Rabbits may need occasional nail trims. Consult a veterinarian for guidance.

Exercise

• Rabbits need plenty of exercise and mental stimulation.

• Allow supervised time outside their enclosure in a rabbit-proofed area.

• Provide toys and objects to chew on to keep them entertained.

Socialization

• Rabbits are social animals and thrive with companionship.

• Consider getting a bonded pair or spending plenty of time interacting with your rabbit

Veterinary Care

• Schedule regular check-ups with a rabbit-savvy veterinarian.

• Rabbits should be spayed or neutered to prevent health issues and aggression.

Litter Training

• Rabbits can be litter trained like cats.

• Provide a litter box filled with rabbit-safe litter (avoid clay or clumping litter).

• Encourage your rabbit to use the litter box by placing some droppings in it.

Safety

• Remove any potential hazards from your rabbit's environment, such as electrical cords or toxic plants.

• Keep them away from other pets that may harm them