posted on Dec, 28 2014 @ 06:23 PM
1) never turn a rabbit (bunny) on its back as it can break their backs or severely injure them.
2) rabbits (bunnies) need a variety of vegetables not just lettuce and rabbit feed. Carrot tops, turnip tops, Kale are all good for their diet.
3) Rabbits can be lean but normally should gain weight towards winter (int he Fall) and loose it by spring (during winter).
4) Rabbits (bunnies) need exercise so make sure they have plenty of running room.
We had a large gray lop eared rabbit for close to 15 years, a large breed actually, stood about 2 feet when on his hind legs. he was healthy and
would have lived longer except one day a raccoon visited and killed him.
I also raised mini lops for a while they were papered high-breeds. Rabbits are great pets but they poop everywhere so vacuum everyday or at least
every two days.
There are regular shots and vaccines they need so keep up their shots. Give them vitamins too
if your rabbit acts normally don't worry but if it is not eating and is limping or not moving take it to the vet.
edit on 28-12-2014 by
ChesterJohn because: (no reason given)