Pet, a rabbit?

Being the symbol of Easter, the rabbit is a much-sought-after pet at this time of year.

Pet, a rabbit?
Here are the basic precautions you should take with a rabbit:
  • In order to have a rabbit, it is important, first of all, to like it very much and to arrange a large cage, since a small rabbit measures between 30 and 40 cm in length.
  • When mounting the cage, a substrate should be placed on the bottom to absorb the urine, because of the smell. The better the substrate, the less odor. The cage with substrate can be changed every 5 days. The water fountain should be stainless steel and have the water changed daily and always filtered.
  • At first, the ideal is to accustom him to being inside the cage and releasing it only for a few periods, because, thus, identifies his corner and learns to pee only in one place.
  • It is also important to use it from small to touch and to lap, because these animals like a lot of affection.
  • Rabbits do not go out walking like dogs, so you do not have to wear collars. If you want to put this accessory, the animal must be accustomed to it since baby.
  • Although they are very quiet animals have a habit of biting, especially when they are in breeding season. So be careful to stick them on your lap, as they can scratch and even hurt themselves, breaking legs or causing problems in the spine. The tip is to always pick them up by supporting the hind legs.
  • Rabbits eat vegetables, ration, hay, carrots and well-washed fruits. You just have to be careful with the quantities. For the teeth, just give them the right food so they do not have any problems
  • They are not vaccinated, but should always be aware of changes in the skin and, if any, it is important to take them to the veterinarian.
  • Couples should be avoided because rabbits are famous for reproducing too much and quickly. The female has on average eight pups per litter, and once they are weaned, she can become pregnant again.