Decide indoor/outdoor housing for rabbits based on space, climate, ventilation, and safety from predators. Choose wisely.
Provide indoor rabbits safe enclosures like cages or playpens. Offer exercise time, bunny-proof if they roam free. Safety and health are key.
Outdoor rabbits need secure hutches, exercise, and ventilation. They handle cold but extreme temps require precautions or indoor housing.
Feed adult rabbits hay, pellets, veggies & water. 80-90% hay, 1 cup veggies per 5 lbs, 1/8 cup pellets per 5 lbs, fresh water.
Handle rabbits gently, avoid loud noises, support their back legs, prevent spine injuries. Avoid stress, they're prey animals.
Train rabbits for tricks like coming when called, "high five," agility courses. Clicker training is effective.
Regular vet checkups are crucial for rabbits. Find an exotics-savvy vet. Schedule annual exams and seek care if your rabbit shows signs of illness.