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jwlover4ev asked:

26 Mar 2010

Anyone have a rabbit?

I'm getting a bunny soon. A mini lop doe named Haven. Does anyone have any advice? I know the basics but if you have had one or have one now any advice would help. Also do their pellets need to contain calcium carbonate? And do the pellets need to be medicated? Help!



undeadxprincess says:

Posted on 26 Mar 2010

Well I had a rabbit but I don't know much about em. We fed her any scrap vegetables and fruits, some alfalfa every once in a while and carrots of course :P But never too many carrots or she would get sick. As for pellets, idk. It may be best to talk to a worker at a pet store.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 27 Mar 2010

well first you'll need to buy rabbit food. they sell it at any store.

they need some wooden blocks or toys to chew on to keep their teeth from growing too long

and yea it's ok to give them certain fruits or veggies as treats but the pellets should be fed most

also you'll need to keep them stocked in the alfalfa grass

at petco we always have a bowl with pellets and one with grass every day.

they do poop alot you'll need to have a big enough cage. you'll need to clean it when it gets dirty usually every week

but if you go to you're local petco they can print you off an animal care sheet for you


juicystar07 says:

Posted on 01 Apr 2010

you should buy rabbit pellets with vitamin C beacuse like humans, rabbits don't make their own vitamin C. they don't have to be medicated. I bought my rabbit some vitmin C pills so i could crush them up and put one in her food. i highly recommend that you don't do this because she didn't eat the pellets. good luck with your rabbit

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