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Home sweet home!

Before you bring your new bunny home, you will need just a few things to make him/her comfortable.

First of all, you will need a cage. We like to use cages with plastic bottoms, but your traditional wooden hutch works great too!  The choice is really up to you. You can go small and simple, or create a bunny mansion!

Here is a link to a couple of cages that we love!  WARE® Small Pet Habitat (COLOR VARIES) | small pet Cages | PetSmart : MidWest Homes for Pets 158 Wabbitat Deluxe Rabbit Home, Rabbit Cage, 39.5 L x 23.75 W x 19.75 H Inch : Pet Supplies Upgrade Rabbit Hutch Rabbit Cage Indoor Bunny Hutch with Run Outdoor Rabbit House with Two Deeper No Leak Trays - 4 Casters Include (Grey) : Pet Supplies

Let's Eat!

Your rabbit will need to have pellet food as a part of their everyday diet. We purchase our rabbit pellets from local feed stores. Unless you want to buy in bulk, we suggest purchasing from your local pet store. Some of the rabbit food that you find at the pet store isn't always the healthiest choice. Lots of brands look super yummy, but a lot of times, those added treats are not so nutritional. We recommend Oxbow brand rabbit food. It is not only safe, but also healthy for your new family member!

Oxbow Essentials Young Rabbit Food | small pet Food | PetSmart

Hay, hay, HAY!

It is CRUCIAL to have unlimited hay in your bunny's diet. Hay is an important part of a rabbit's daily intake. Hay is high in fiber and is a necessity for your bunny's digestive system. We recommend a high quality grass hay, such as Timothy, orchard, or brome.

Our bunnies love this one:

KAYTEE® All Natural Timothy Hay | small pet Hay | PetSmart


As far as treats go, most that you see sold in the pet stores aren't the best option. Rabbits love leafy greens (romaine, kale, escarole etc...) and fresh veggies.

Some fruits are ok as long as they are given in moderation considering they are high in sugar. Our herd LOVES an occasional banana or watermelon treat ;)

Lots of water!

All of our bunnies drink from a bowl. Drinking from a bowl can help avoid any teeth issues in the future. However, if you would like rather use a water bottle, that is totally up to you. Just make sure that your bunny is definitely getting water from some source.

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