Sharing your home with a house bunny can take a few compromises but get the balance right and this companionship can be very rewarding. The following articles share the experiences of people that live with house bunnies and what they do to encourage harmony in their home.
We show you what to do when you bring a bunny home for the first time. We have a complete guide to litter tanning and tips on how to keep litter training on track if your bunny starts weeing on your carpet, bed or couch.
It can be helpful to offer your bunny gentle but firm guidance on occasion and we also show you what training and discipline you can use without causing stress.
Sharing your home with a house bunny can take a few compromises.
We also have our guide to traveling with a bunny covering how to pack your bunny in a car and advice on staying away in a hotel or with family.
Take a look and we hope these guides help you figure out problems and make living with your bunny a better for both of you.
Everything you need to know about bunny proofing your home if you are a first time bunny mom.
Follow these easy steps to good litter training and learn the pitfalls from experienced bunny moms.
Learn how to set boundaries and use simple training and gentle discipline to stop your bunnies unwanted behavior.
Going on a long trip or staying away with your bunny can be a bit daunting however with a bit of planning it can be easy. Here's how.
Follow our step by step guide to learn how to lift up and hold your bunny without it struggling to get free or scratching you.
Learn how to give your bunny simple instructions and interact with them in a way you didn't think was possible.
How to make Christmas decorations safe, manage guests and make sure you and your bunny enjoy this special time together.
How to make Easter decorations safe, manage guests and make sure you and your bunny enjoy this special time together.
How to stop Halloween decorations being chewed, tips for manage guests and other do's and don'ts for this time of year
Is it OK to use my rabbit's used litter or poops as compost in the garden and which litter is most suitable?