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When Does My Bunny Need a Vet?
It’s natural for prey animals to hide illness or pain so by the time you realize your bunny is sick,
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What to Feed Your Bunny
A healthy adult bunny’s diet should consist of unlimited hay and grass, also safe veggies/greens, non-muesli pellets and occasional fruit/treats. 
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Neuter/Spay Guide
WHY SHOULD I NEUTER/SPAY MY BUNNY? It prevents reproduction. It prevents destructive, aggressive and dominant behaviour (makes for easier bonding).
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Bunny info to print & share
Domestic bunnies are possibly the most misunderstood pets available. Because of this, one of the chief aims of Bunny Huggers
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Prescription Meds & Your Home Emergency Kit
We highly recommend that at you take your bunny to a bunny-savvy vet at the sign of ANY pain or
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Bunny Basics
Food Fresh hay Bunnies should have unlimited access to fresh grass-based hay: Oat hay (most common), teff aka eragrostis, mountain
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Grooming – Pet Parlour or DIY?
If you have a long haired bun you will need to give serious thought to grooming.  Long haired buns can
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What is my bun trying to say?
Ever wonder if your bunny’s flipping you off? Here is a brilliant video that I stumbled across. It explains every
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Habitats & Bunny-proofing
PLEASE NOTE: Although we do our best to only recommend bunny-savvy services, we advise each bunny owner personally visit the
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