To build the pen, you will have to do the following:
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How big of a pen does a rabbit need?
If using a pen rather than a cage, the rabbits will need at least 30 square feet, including an internal hutch/sleeping space. The more space you can provide, the better – you could, for example, combine two runs and a playpen. via
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What flooring is best for rabbits?
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What do you put at the bottom of a rabbit cage?
Some people prefer rabbit cages with wire bottoms because a litter pan can be placed underneath. This is generally fine, but you need to include a tile or a piece of wood or cardboard for the bunny to stand/lie on. Standing on the wire floor alone can cause damage and discomfort to your rabbit's paws. via
Do rabbits need baths?
Rabbits are meticulously clean and almost never need a bath. Bathing them can even be harmful, since they tend to panic in water and may fracture a limb or their spine if they thrash around. It needs to be changed daily, and rabbits will no doubt get messy bottoms if they're sitting in a dirty box. via
Should I cover my rabbits cage at night?
It is fine to cover more of the hutch during the night but you should still leave a small area open for ventilation. Add extra bedding for your bunny to snuggle into. Don't forget that your rabbit's hutch will still need a thorough clean during the winter – however unappealing that chore may be when it is cold! via
Can I let my rabbit run around the house?
A rabbit is considered to be free roam, or free range, when they have constant access to the house or apartment, even when their caretakers are away or sleeping. The pet rabbit is treated similar to the way we treat pet cats and dogs. They are allowed to roam around the house and rarely, if ever, kept in an enclosure. via
What do rabbits need in their cage?
Rabbits should have plenty of room in their pen for a litter box, food bowl, water source (bowl or bottle), and toys. Some rabbits also like to have blankets or towels to bunch up and lay on. via
Do rabbits need shots?
Although pet rabbits in the United States do not require any vaccinations, veterinarians in the United Kingdom and other parts of Europe routinely inoculate for two fatal viruses common to the continent's wild rabbits: Myxomatosis and Viral Haemorrhagic Disease (VHD). via
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Should I put a blanket in my rabbit's cage?
Blankets and towels are great additions to a rabbit's home. Just avoid old, threadbare blankets with holes as paws can be trapped. Ensure your pet is not swallowing large amounts of fabric. Do not wrap your rabbit in a blanket. via
Are wire floors bad for rabbits?
Rabbits were not designed to live on wire floors–they're hard on their feet (which have no pads like those of cats or dogs). If you must use a cage with a wire floor, you need to provide your rabbit with a resting board or rug for her to sit on, otherwise she will spend all of her time in her litterbox. via
Can rabbit cages be on the ground?
A hutch is essentially a cage, often made of a wood frame and enclosed in wire mesh. Hutches usually stand on tall legs, although some are legless and can be placed on top of a table or other surface, or kept on the ground in milder climates. You can buy an outdoor hutch for your rabbit or make one yourself. via
What do you put under a rabbit run?
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What do rabbits sleep on?
Grass Mats/Beds: Some pet stores have them and we do, too! Grass mats are a popular item, because they are somewhat soft, edible, and many rabbits love them! Not just to sleep on, but to tear apart slowly in between naps. Bunny loved his grass mat until his single days were over. via
What kind of toys do rabbits like?
Objects to manipulate or throw - e.g. untreated straw, wicker, sea-grass mats and baskets, balls and plastic flower pots. Solid plastic baby toys e.g. 'key rings', rattles, stacking cups, and some robust cat and parrot toys can make good rabbit toys. via
Do pet rabbits smell?
But don't rabbits smell bad? No they don't! Rabbits themselves are very clean animals with odourless fur and they fastidiously groom themselves all day. Only their urine smells so as long as you keep their living area clean (spot clean every few days and a full clean-out once a week) you shouldn't have a problem. via
Do rabbits like to drink water?
Rabbits do drink water. Regardless of whether the animal is wild or domesticated, water is essential. A rabbit that does not drink daily places her life in jeopardy. Like all living things, water makes up a large percentage of a rabbit's body. via
Do rabbits like to be held?
Most rabbits love to be cuddled and stroked when approached in the right way. Few like being held or carried as being so high up from the ground makes them feel insecure, however, many will happily sit on your lap or snuggle up next to you for a cuddle. Avoid disturbing your rabbit when it is sleeping. via
Do rabbits need light at night?
Rabbits can make their way around in gloomier conditions than humans. They still need some light, though. If your rabbit is allowed to free roam the house while you're asleep at night, provide some illumination. This should be a dim lamp though, not a bright overhead light. via
Do rabbits need quiet to sleep?
To ensure your pet bunny gets enough rest, you want to provide them with a safe and quiet environment with comfortable bedding. Bunnies are “daytime” sleepers, sleeping for about six to eight hours each day. Much like deer, bunnies are crepuscular, which means they are most active during dusk and dawn. via
How often should you let your rabbit out of its cage?
To keep your rabbit happy and healthy, let it out of its cage at least once a day, giving it time to roam. Though at least one hour is necessary, aim closer to three or four. As a rule, never keep your rabbit cooped up for 24 hours at a time. via
Should I let my bunny sleep with me?
Rabbits are delicate. Even if your rabbit is safe, she may keep you up at night by acting mischievously. If your rabbit wants to sleep with you and can do so safely, it's fine. If you're prepared to risk losing sleep, sharing a bed with a rabbit will deepen your bond. via
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How much exercise do bunnies need?
As a general rule, your rabbit should be spending as much time as possible during the day in a large, secure outdoor run. At a minimum, this should be three hours, but the more the better! Remember to make sure your rabbits' outdoor run is safe from predators, safe from escape attempts and has shade on sunny days. via
Do rabbits need a salt wheel?
The 3 most important foods for a rabbit are hay, hay, and HAY! Contrary to popular belief, rabbits do not need salt licks, vitamins, or hard wooden objects to wear their teeth down. via
Do pet rabbits need bedding?
Do rabbits really need bedding? Rabbit bedding is a recommended requirement in a litter box but an optional one in a cage. Maze rug down and seagrass make excellent bedding for chewers while towels and mats are recommended for non-chewers. via
Can you use cat litter for rabbits?
Remember to use rabbit-safe litters in your bunny's box. Clay and clumping litter for cats can be dangerous to bunnies, as they may ingest some of their litter while eating hay. Sticking with a simple, paper-based, recyclable litter provides your bunny with a safe litter and is also environmentally friendly. via
Do girl bunnies have periods?
Rabbits do not menstruate. If unspayed females start passing blood, they can bleed to death within a few days. Blood in the urine can also be a sign of bladder stones. via
Do indoor rabbits need vaccines?
Do indoor rabbits need vaccinating? Our vets would recommend vaccinating both outdoor and indoor rabbits. Although indoor rabbits are less likely to come into contact with wild rabbits, myxomatosis, RHD-1 and RHD-2 can easily be spread by insect bites, on other pets, and even on their owner's clothes and shoes. via
How much do rabbit shots cost?
We recommend 6 monthly boosters for your pet rabbit, even if they are indoor only, because it is so contagious. Our rabbit vaccinations cost $78 and include a full health check of your bunny, including teeth, nails, ears and eyes. via
What do rabbits feed on?
Rabbits need mainly hay and/or grass, some leafy greens and a small, measured amount of pellets. via
How high can a rabbit jump?
Rabbits can jump over 3 feet (about 1m) high. The world record for a rabbit jump stands at 39.2 inches (99.5cm), or 3 feet 3.2 inches, but there are anecdotal reports of rabbits jumping as high as four feet. However, fences higher than 3 feet high will deter most bunnies. via
What is rabbit house called?
A hutch is a type of cage used typically for housing domestic rabbits. Other small animals can also be housed in hutches. Most hutches have a frame constructed of wood, including legs to keep the unit off the ground. via
Can I give my bunny a stuffed animal?
Yes, because rabbits love playing with stuffed toys. There are a lot of stuffed animals to choose from pet stores but rabbits prefer smaller ones so they can carry them around the house. via
Should I let my rabbit roam free at night?
Leaving a rabbit to run free overnight is a bad idea for the following reasons: Rabbits chew everything in sight. Unsupervised rabbit could electrocute themselves or even start a fire. If you have other pets, they will roam the house at nights. via
How do I know if my rabbit is cold?
A quick way to check if your rabbit's feeling the cold is to feel their ears. Overly hot or cold ears are a tell-tale sign of a bunny's fever. If in doubt, give your vet a shout. (Same goes for their other extremities, like their paws.) via