If you have a house rabbit then you need to make sure your home is bunny proof and safe. Follow this simple guide and find out how to stop your rabbit chewing wires, digging up your carpet and damaging your wooden furniture and baseboards.
Rabbit proofing is essential to make your home safe and prevent damage
Learn how to rabbit proof each area of your home, make them safe for your rabbit and stop the damage from chewing, digging and other common problems.More
- How to make your house plants safe for your rabbit
- How to make your sofa safe for your rabbit
- How to stop your rabbit chewing your curtains and blinds
- How to make your Yard or Garden safe & stop your Rabbit Escaping
- How to make your Bathroom safe for your Rabbit
- How to make your Kitchen safe for your Rabbit
- How to stop a house rabbit digging everything
- How to stop a house rabbit chewing everything
- How to stop your rabbit going under and behind furniture
There are times when you cant keep an eye on your rabbit and you need to secure them somewhere safe like when you are at work or at night. There are lots of types of indoor bunny rooms and choosing the best one to suit your rabbit and fit into your home can be difficult. To help you choose see our page of rabbit rooms and take inspiration and even contribute to our collection. More
See our rabbit proofing Top 10s. The best safety tips, review of toys to help stop your rabbit chewing wooden furniture, digging up carpet & shredding wallpaper.More
Rabbits are always looking for something to chew on and if you don’t provide them with lots of safe and acceptable alternatives this can lead to costly repairs to your home. Find out what the best chew toys to keep your rabbit out of trouble and help stop your furniture, baseboards and carpet being eaten.
Sharing your space with a house rabbit can take a few compromises but get these right and you can both enjoy your home stress free
How to change your behaviour, home and lifestyle to live in better harmony with your house rabbit. Learn from the experience of others and get along better with your bunny. More
Rabbits have very strong natural urges which can lead them onto trouble. They don’t however respond well to discipline like shouting or smacking which can leave them timid. But with a bit of practice voice training is possible and they can learn to take notice when you say no!
Find out how by rethinking the way your home is set out and by making some simple but important changes you can create an environment you and your rabbit can share together and without stress.
It’s important that you learn to pick up your rabbit safely so that you can handle it when you need to with out getting scared and hurting itself or you. See our Tips and tricks for how to best approach this here.
When you bring a rabbit home for the first time there are a number of things you will need to get and do to prepare your homed to make sure your new rabbit will be comfortable, safe and ensure you limit the damage it can do. Don’t leave it till it tool late find out what you need here.
Litter training is important if you are going to keep a house rabbit. Thankfully they are naturally tidy animals when it comes to their toilet behaviour and can be taught to use a litter tray quite quickly with some simple steps.
Don’t expect living with a house rabbit to be problem free. Learn to solve the issues that can arise so you can live problem free
Bunny proofing help and advice. How to make your home safe for your house rabbit and stop chewing damage.
Find out what house insurance is available if you have a house rabbit and what damages can be covered.
Bitter sprays can be a useful way of helping put your rabbit off chewing wooden furniture such as table and chair legs and skirting boards doors and walls.