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  • 1

    Why Isn't My Guinea Pig Drinking?

    18 months ago

    Why isn't your guinea pig drinking water? This article explains how much water guinea pigs need and when to worry about your guinea pig's water intake.

  • 2

    How To Tame A Chicken

    23 months ago

    A guide to making friends with your chicken. If you want a tame chicken as a pet, this is a great place to start, with feeding, handling and other basic chicken care tips.

  • 6

    What Is The Best Bedding For Pet Rats?

    3 years ago

    Learn about the best types of bedding for pet rats, including paper pellet bedding, straw pellet bedding, cloth bedding and more. Also learn about what bedding not to use with your precious pet rats.

  • 2

    How Do I Make My Pet Rat Like Me? What To Do When Your Rat Hates You

    3 years ago

    If your rat is scared, shy or aggressive, here's how to tame your pet rat and make it like you.

  • 0

    How To Make Friends With A Guinea Pig

    3 years ago

    Adorable roly poly guinea pigs! Guinea Pigs are cute little pets, I like to call mine 'Guinea Puppies' because they are so fuzzy and roly-poly like little puppies, but I don't often mention that in polite company.The...

  • 0

    How To Set Up A Home Worm Farm

    3 years ago

    The home worm farm is an Eco-friendly way of reducing household waste. This is step by step guide to setting up a home worm farm, with information on how to buy worm farm worms, how to set up a worm farm and how to...

  • 0

    Good Pets For Kids | Pet Worms

    3 years ago

    Have you ever wondered what worms eat? Or how you can keep a pet worm? This article answers all your questions!

  • 9

    Do Male Rabbits Make Better Pets?

    4 years ago

    The Jersey Wooly rabbit, recommended for experienced and dedicated owners only. A reader asked: Do male Jersey Wooly rabbits make better pets and if so can more than one be kept together? There are two separate...

  • 10

    How To Treat Fleas On Rabbits

    3 years ago

    The issue of flea control for rabbits comes up less often than one might think, but it is possible for rabbits to get fleas, and if a rabbit does pick up fleas somewhere, it is important that some flea control measures...

  • 9

    Bunny Beds | The Best Bedding For Rabbits

    4 years ago

    Cameron Diaz and her hammock bunnies. A reader asked the following excellent question about bunny beds: What do you use for a bunny bed in the cage? My daughter brought home a bunny 8 weeks old with a cage that...

  • 2

    How To Litter Train Two Or More Rabbits

    4 years ago

    Bunnies sharing a litterbox. Reader asks: How do i litter train 2 rabbits who have chosen different areas as their toilet space? I have 2 new 12wk rabbits that im trying to house train. In their cage 1 rabbit has...

  • 0

    How To Make Friends With An Outdoor Rabbit

    4 years ago

    A happy bunny in mid jump! Binky Bunny A reader asked how to bond with an outdoor bunny, and also mentioned that she had three dogs to contend with. This is an excellent question, and one which faces many rabbit owners....

  • 6

    Why Is My Baby Bunny Growing Up Angry?

    4 years ago

    A reader asks: I've had my bunny for 8 months and she was a baby when I got her. For some reason recently she...has been a lot more aggressive towards me and other people. I will pet her for a while and I can tell she...

  • 5

    How To Stop Your Rabbit Attacking You

    4 years ago

    This question comes from Robbie: My rabbit is attacking me and if I pick up something to protect me he gets more aggressive. Maybe he has rabies I'm not sure but his mouth isn't foaming I forgot to mention when he...

  • 12

    Do Bunnies Need To Take A Bath?

    4 years ago

    Do bunnies and rabbits need baths? The short answer is no. Unless a rabbit is in very, very bad condition it should never be bathed. This is because rabbits are terrified of water, mostly due to the fact that in the...

  • 6

    What Makes Rabbit Ears Go Floppy?

    4 years ago

    One ear up, one ear down. Why oh why? Why do some bunnies have ears that point straight up and other rabbits have ears that flop over? A hubber recently had this curious question to ask: Why do one of my bunnies ears...

  • 2

    How To Make Rabbits Make Friends

    4 years ago

    Rabbits can make new friends, but it depends on temperament and that special something that makes a friendship grow. Tazzy had decided to get a new rabbit to keep an existing pet rabbit company, but instead of...

  • 0

    How Do Fish Get Ich?

    4 years ago

    Ich, also known as White Spot is an incredibly common disease amongst aquarium fish. Ich is the shortened name of a protozoan, Ichthyophthirius, that uses fish as part of its reproductive cycle and is easily recognized...

  • 1

    English Staffordshire Terrier Puppies

    4 years ago

    http://www.dailypuppy.com/puppies/curtis-the-staffordshire-terrier_2008-06-17 Are you considering an English Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppy? This information will help you decide whether or not the English...

  • 4

    Aquarium Salt For Tropical Freshwater Fish

    4 years ago

    One of the most important, cheapest and least promoted fish care items is aquarium salt. Aquarium salt can cure and prevent a multitude of common fish sicknesses, including white spot, fin rot and other fungal...

  • 7

    The Free-Range Outdoor Rabbit | Keeping A Bunny Out of Its Cage

    4 years ago

    One of the greatest tragedies of the rabbit keeping pet craze is the way that rabbits who were designed by nature to roam free over wide tracts of land end up barely being able to hop a few feet in either direction...

  • 0

    Siamese Fighter Spawn Log | HMPK Mustard Gas Female x Blue Veil Tail Male

    4 years ago

    This Siamese fighting fish spawning is between a well bred halfmoon plakat mustard gas female and a basic blue male veil tail. I do have a HMPK male for the female to pair with, however I decided for this breeding, (her...

  • 5

    How To Kill A Sick Pet Fish

    4 years ago

    Fish keeping has a dark side, and that is the end of life issues associated with fish. Sometimes it becomes necessary to euthanize a pet fish because of illness. The popular solution associated with this issue is...

  • 3

    What Is An Aquarium Powerhead? Do I Need One?

    4 years ago

    A powerhead is a device that looks like a little internal filter but has no filter material in it and initially you might think, 'what use is this puny device to me?' and discard it in disgust. But wait! A powerhead is...

  • 2

    A Vegetarian Piranha | Silver Dollar Fish

    4 years ago

    A large, peaceful, piranha like fish that works well in semi-aggressive tanks, the Silver Dollar is gentle giant with an average life span of 10 years and an average size of  15cm, however they are known to live...

  • 4

    How To Tame Your Guinea Pig

    4 years ago

    It may surprise many of you to know that historically, guinea pigs became popular in the West because they were lovely and tame and docile when handled. Anyone who has ever had to chase a shreiking guinea pig around its...

  • 7

    Eating Guinea Pigs

    4 years ago

    South America is a place of many wonders, natural and cultural. Indeed, South America has acted as the cradle of many popular global trends, like the Macarena, and the guinea pig. Since the 16th century, when traders...

  • 1

    Where The Wild Guinea Pigs Are

    4 years ago

    Guinea pigs are a popular household pet in many countries, but like rabbits, which live almost everywhere in the wild and can often be seen in farmlands, few people have ever seen a wild guinea pig. Do wild guinea pigs...

  • 5

    Long Haired Peruvian Guinea Pigs

    4 years ago

    One of my favorite types of guinea pig is the long haired Peruvian. These guinea pigs have long silky fur that trails on the ground as they walk and makes them look a little like moving fluff balls. My own little...

  • 5

    How To Breed Albino Guinea Pigs

    4 years ago

    Albino guinea pigs are popular in the hobby because of their pristine white fur and pretty pink / red eyes. Sometimes people think there must be something wrong with a guinea pig that looks so strange, but albino traits...

  • 2

    Belly Sliding Fish Fry | What Does It Mean?

    4 years ago

    Healthy fish fry swim normally, like these Blue Ram fish fry from http://www.ventralfins.com Fish breeders will notice that healthy fry swim about in the tank from the moment they become free swimming. Other fish fry...

  • 0

    How To Breed Fabulous Siamese Fighting Fish

    4 years ago

    A beautiful delta tail male from Aquabid.com http://www.aquabid.com/cgi-bin/auction/auction.cgi?fwbettasdt&1275121131 Fighting fish are some of the most beautiful small fish in the world, but breeding them isn't as...

  • 3

    How To Sell Siamese Fighting Fish Online

    4 years ago

    As a fish breeder, one of the best ways of selling fish is on online auctions. At one point in time many breeders sold directly to pet stores, and depending where you live this may still be an option, however pet stores...

  • 0

    Fish Tuberculosis

    4 years ago

    Fish tuberculosis of the marine kind infecting a human. Fish tuberculosis is a particularly nasty fish disease more common than many might imagine, especially among anabantoids like Siamese Fighting Fish, although it...

  • 4

    Do Rabbits Need Straw or Hay?

    4 years ago

    Straw and hay are both dried grass products that look similar, but one is full of nutritional goodness for your rabbit and the other is only good for bedding. Rabbits need hay to eat, in fact, a rabbit could have just...

  • 7

    Runny Poo No More! The No Pellet Rabbit Diet

    4 years ago

    Wild bunnies understand the importance of hay, even in the face of rhinos... Does your rabbit suffer from stinky runny poo that sticks to the fur and clumps in a disgusting mess that is almost impossible to clean off?...

  • 4

    The Aqua One 12 Bay Betta Barracks System

    4 years ago

    I purchased the Aqua One Betta Barracks system because I had a great deal of bettas and was running out of space to put them. I'd tried the old breeder's trick of cleaning out soda bottles and soldering holes in the...

  • 4

    How To Play With Your Bunny

    4 years ago

    One of the most fun things about owning a bunny rabbit is spending time with it, and one of the best ways to have fun spending time with your bunny is playing with it. Too many bunnies get stuck out in cages on the lawn...

  • 4

    What To Do About Sticky, Smelly Rabbit Poop

    4 years ago

    A picture of a healthy bunny cecotrope from http://www.bunnymomma.com One of the worst common problems to befall rabbit owners is a kind of sticky, smelly rabbit poo that sticks to bunny's fur, smells awful and is...

  • 9

    The Best Bunny Cage For Your Rabbit

    4 years ago

    An awesome home made bunny cage found on http://www.jcscs.com/2008_01_01_jcscsfamily_archive.html One of the biggest investments you'll ever make for your bunny (besides vet care) is its cage. There are so many cages...

  • 9

    What To Do About A Sick Bunny Or Sick Rabbit

    4 years ago

    Sometimes, our bunnies get sick. When they do, it is our responsibility as rabbit owners to take them to a veterinarian, otherwise known as a vet. I received several requests a month asking for help regarding rabbits...

  • 0

    Fish For Five Gallon Tanks

    4 years ago

    A beautiful planted tank made by http://s205.photobucket.com/home/chadmashman If you've purchased a tank that's only five gallons, be prepared for a great deal of frustration and 'down the nose' looking as people...

  • 4

    What Foods To Feed Baby Angelfish Fry

    4 years ago

    An Angelfish and its fry http://www.aquaworldaquarium.com/ Like all young fish, baby angelfish need live foods. The best food for baby angelfish is BBS, or Baby Brine Shrimp, which can be easily cultivated at home....

  • 4

    How To Set Up A Brine Shrimp Hatchery

    4 years ago

    Every fish breeder will set up a brine shrimp hatchery at some point in their breeding careers, because baby brine shrimp are a brilliant first food for fish fry ranging from Siamese Fighting Fish to large Cichlids....

  • 2

    How To Set Up A Breeding Tank For Angelfish

    4 years ago

    A pretty black Angelfish Once you have a breeding pair of Angelfish, you are ready to set up a spawning tank for them. You will need the following: A ten gallon tank. A nice big flat piece of slate positioned in...

  • 5

    Should You Castrate Your Male Rabbit?

    4 years ago

    This hub is written in response to a reader's question about how to stop their male bunny from humping their leg. They go on to say that they know he should be castrated, but they don't want to put him through that. ...

  • 0

    Guinea Pigs: Pets To Keep The Lawn Down

    4 years ago

    If you've got a small lawn and the neighbors would complain if you had a pet goat, consider a few guinea pigs. Guinea pigs love to live in groups of two or more, and if you set up a secure run that is moved around the...

  • 8

    Three Games To Play With Your Guinea Pigs

    4 years ago

    The fun thing about having pets is spending time interacting with them. It's not fun for them or you if all they do is sit in a hutch or cage all day, waiting for their next meal. Of course, you should always have two...

  • 4

    Betta Fish Vases Kill Betta Fish

    4 years ago

    At some point in recent history, people noticed that betta fish don't die immediately if you put them in tiny containers. Some people decided to exploit this by keeping bettas in tiny containers, and more recently, the...

  • 3

    Top Tips For Breeding Betta Siamese Fighters

    4 years ago

    Getting bettas to spawn is a relatively easy task, mostly because the betta male takes care of all the needs of the eggs and freshly hatched spawn. He makes sure the eggs stay in the nest, cleans them by washing them...

  • 0

    How To Keep A Red Tail Shark

    4 years ago

    Image from: http://badmanstropicalfish.com/species-gallery/cyprinid/bicolor.html The red tail shark looks rather beautiful with its black body and bright red tail and its triangular dorsal fin. Red tail sharks grow to...

  • 0

    Where Your Missing Danio Fish Has Gone

    4 years ago

    Danios are pretty little fish that swim with frenetic glee about the fish tank. They are typically top dwellers and are good for providing movement to an otherwise quiet tank. Unfortunately, they are also prone to...

  • 2

    How To Move House With Fish Tanks

    4 years ago

    If you're a fish keeper, the prospect of moving house is a scary one. If you've got tropical fish of any decent size, concerns about keeping them healthy and happy during the move are paramount. Here are some tips from...

  • 0

    How To Make A Divided Tank For Betta Fish

    4 years ago

    http://www.fishlore.com There are numerous ways to make divided tanks for betta fish, and if you want to keep more than one betta in the same tank, then a tan divider isn't just a nice idea, it is a necessity. Glass ...

  • 1

    External Filter vs Internal Filter vs Hang on Back Filter

    4 years ago

    So you're setting up a fish tank, or maybe you already have one and you would like to upgrade your filter. But what filter should you choose? As someone who owns all three types of filter, I'm in a fairly good...

  • 8

    Why Your Bunny Bites You

    4 years ago

    A reader asks: My rabbit follows me, kiss all my face but loves to bit me, why? As one hubber posited, some bunnies just like to nibble and bite things. That may be the case with your bunny, or it could be the fact...

  • 0

    Your Guinea Pig Hates You | How To Make Friends With Your Guinea Pig

    4 years ago

    We get guinea pigs because we love how cute and cuddly they seem to be. But unfortunately, many people who buy guinea pigs soon find that they spend all their time running away in terror and if you want cuddles you have...

  • 0

    Is A Betta Siamese Fighting Fish A Good Pet?

    4 years ago

    Bettas are popular fish, especially in countries where certain pet stores seek to prove their almost indestructible nature by shoving them into tiny jars that they can barely turn around in. Bettas are great pets,...

  • 0

    Multiple Tank Syndrome | A Fish Keeper's Disease

    4 years ago

    White spot, fin rot, and dropsy are all common infections to be found in fish, but an even more insidious infection often stalks fish keepers. The dreaded multiple tank syndrome. Most fish keepers start out with just...

  • 0

    What To Feed Baby Fish

    4 years ago

    Your fish have spawned and you now have baby fish, tiny little fish swimming about in the tank. Congratulations! If you planned this, you should already have some live foods for your baby fish ready. If you do not, the...

  • 0

    How To Manage Angry Aggressive Cichlid Fish

    4 years ago

    Texas Red Cichlid One of the problems faced by the new fish keeper is the discovery that most of his or her fish would like to eat each other alive. This is often the case with cichlids, popular aquarium fish, but...

  • 4

    The Best Toys For Guinea Pigs

    4 years ago

    Guinea pigs love toys. Some people might find it hard to believe if their only experience are guinea pigs running away from them in a hutch in the back yard, but it is entirely true. The best toys for guinea pigs are...

  • 0

    Can A Jack Dempsey And An Oscar Fish Live Together?

    4 years ago

    An albino tiger oscar. One of the banes of a any fish keeper's life (and perhaps, one of the joys too,) is putting together a tank of fish that don't slaughter each other. Large cichlids, such as Jack Dempseys and...

  • 0

    So, You Just Bought A Pet Fish, Now What? Tips For New Fish Owners

    4 years ago

    So, you have your first fish. Congratulations! You have embarked on a great hobby that may very well consume your life. This is an article for people who have bought a fish and don't know anything about them. You will...

  • 1

    How To Safely Do A Water Change On A Fry Tank Without Killing Fry

    4 years ago

    One of the hardest things about raising small fish fry is keeping their water clean. If you read up on the subject, you'll soon discover that most experts recommend daily water changes. This is partially because fry are...

  • 2

    Should You Feed Live Feeder Fish?

    4 years ago

    Many owners of large tropical fish, such as Oscars, like the idea of being able to feed their fish live foods. A large fish can easily eat earthworms, frogs, small mice and yes, other fish, and whilst some people think...

  • 2

    Why Rabbits Fight And Bite Each Other

    4 years ago

    No matter what many people might think, rabbits don't need 'friends' the same way people do. Rabbits are very picky about who their friends are. When they make friends, they make friends for life, but they can't be...

  • 1

    Should You Buy An Eheim External Aquarium Filter?

    4 years ago

    Yes, by all the powers of the fish lords, I say yes. Why? Because after messing around with a gazillion cheap aquarium filters in various configurations, internal filters, HOB (hang on back filters) and the rest of it,...

  • 3

    What Do Guinea Pigs Eat?

    4 years ago

    Guinea Pigs love to eat. They get incredibly excited when it comes time for their fresh fruits and vegetables, which should always be a part of their daily diet. The most important food your guinea pig should always...

  • 2

    Moulting and Fur Matting | How To Groom A Long Haired Rabbit

    4 years ago

    Want a rabbit like this? Be prepared for some serious work. If you own a pretty long haired rabbit, you'll have learned by now that the long fur that makes the rabbit look so gorgeous requires daily care. This is...

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    How To Build The Perfect Bunny Hutch

    4 years ago

    A good sized bunny hutch from http://www.bobvila.com/MyProjects/Rabbit_Condo_Bunny_Hutch-P4475.html If you like to do things yourself and save money in the process, building your own rabbit hutch is an excellent way...

  • 4

    How To Make Infusoria For Baby Fish

    4 years ago

    When raising small fish fry, the first challenge you'll run into is the one that involves feeding invisible food to invisible fish. The first kind of food young fry of small fish species need is infusoria. 'Infusoria'...

  • 3

    Why Bunnies Attack

    4 years ago

    A reader asks: My son had been stroking our bunny on our floor and then she pounced and scratched his hand. My son had small toy in his hand and moved it along the floor near her. Why would she scratch him? What you're...

  • 1

    Brown Algae In Fish Tank

    4 years ago

    Brown algae (diatoms) is often one of the first brushes the new aquarium owner has with tank algae, and due to its ability to rapidly spread over the glass of the tank, the substrate and any decorations, it can be...

  • 0

    Indian Almond Leaves and Betta Fish Breeding

    4 years ago

    Sometimes when we keep fish we forget that they are, in fact, wild animals who come from eco systems in which they acted in harmony with many other biological life forms. The betta in the two gallon tank seems to bear...

  • 0

    Culling Fish Fry | How, What and Why

    5 years ago

    Culling fry is a term that refers to removing fish from the gene pool. How a breeder chooses to do this depends greatly on the breeder. Some breeders adopt out culls on the condition that they are not bred from, a fuzzy...

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    Should I Get A Guinea Pig or A Bunny Rabbit?

    5 years ago

    Rabbits and Guinea Pigs are both popular small animal pets, but which one will suit you? When deciding on a small animal pet, there are many things to take into consideration. This article will guide you towards the...

  • 1

    Does My Fish Need A Friend?

    5 years ago

    When keeping fish, it is hard to know whether or not they are lonely. This is a quick guide to tell you whether or not you should get your fish a friend. Whether your fish should have a friend depends on two factors....

  • 0

    Decapsulated Baby Brine Shrimp vs Hatched Baby Brine Shrimp

    5 years ago

    When you decide to breed fish, you are stuck with the problem of what to feed the fry until they are old enough to eat fish food. Most people recommend baby brine shrimp for small fish fry, like betta and guppy fry,...

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    How To Be Your Bunny's Best Friend

    5 years ago

    If you have a new bunny rabbit, or even an old one that you've had for a while, but the bunny doesn't seem to like you, then this hub is for you. Some bunnies are cuddly and friendly and love to be petted, and other...

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    Bloated Betta Fish | Mystery Bloat

    5 years ago

    Every now and again, a Betta fish will become mysteriously bloated. The owner will usually believe that the fish is constipated and, following well meaning advice, will fast the fish and give it little pieces of cooked...

  • 14

    How To Stop Your Rabbit Eating Your House

    5 years ago

    Tazzee asks "How do I get my rabbit to stop chewing on the sofa and on my presents?" Good question, Tazzee, and a problem that many rabbit owners face when they keep their rabbits indoors. First of all, good...

  • 0

    Why Do Bunnies' Noses Twitch?

    5 years ago

    If you spend any amount of time with a bunny, you will notice how much their cute little noses twitch. But why does a bunny twitch its nose so much, and what can you learn from their nose twitching? Experts believe...

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    Are Bunnies Allowed To Eat Chicken?

    5 years ago

    Xena writes: My bunny Floppie always gets really hungry after breakfast and dinner then it goes into the bin and eats the chicken scraps, only the chicken scraps. Is this okay? No Xena, this is not okay, for several...

  • 0

    How To Stop Your Rabbit Peeing And Pooping In Bad Places

    5 years ago

    I pee where I wish to, human... Jenni asks this question: How do I stop my rabbit from pooping on the couch when he is litter box trained? He knows how to use the litter box but every chance he gets, (usually when I...

  • 4

    How To Kill A Fish (And How Not To Kill A Fish)

    5 years ago

    Fish keeping comes with many joys, but also with many woes. One of the major woes is having to euthanize a fish. Sometimes fish should be euthanized for humane reasons. If they are suffering with an incurable disease,...

  • 0

    How To Make Your Rabbit Trust You

    5 years ago

    Most rabbit owners quickly learn that in order to have a good relationship with your bunny, and to have your bunny like you, your bunny must trust you. Remember, in the wild, rabbits are prey animals, and even though...

  • 0

    Jewel Cichlids | Mid Size Tank Terrors

    5 years ago

    Jewel Cichlids are a type of African Cichlid with bright red coloring and pretty blue spots and an all around awesome appearance. In theory. In reality, Jewel Cichlids are aggressive little psychopaths who will spend...

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    Don't Let Your Fish Tank Kill You | Aquarium Safety

    5 years ago

    You may not realize this, but fish keeping can actually be quite a dangerous hobby. Why is that? Well, because more often than not, fish keepers mix electrical appliances, large amounts of water, and great big sheets of...

  • 1

    Can Fish Jump?

    5 years ago

    Can fish jump? Oh yes, fish jump. Many fish are excellent jumpers in fact, and can clear over a foot in a vertical jump. I am not just talking about wild fish here either, even small aquarium fish are quite capable of...

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    Common Aquarium Fish Diseases

    5 years ago

    These are some of the most common complaints which aquarium fish face. If left alone, they can and will kill your fish, so if you notice any of the symptoms in this article about what a sick fish looks like, you will...

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    What Does A Sick Fish Look Like?

    5 years ago

    Oftentimes we are told to watch out for our fishes health, but many times we don't know until they start 'swimming' belly up that there was anything wrong with them at all. This is particularly common amongst children's...

  • 1

    Keeping Synodontis Aquarium Catfish

    5 years ago

    http://www.destin-tanganyika.com/images/synodontis-petricola-dwarf-8.jpg Most fish keepers like to have some bottom feeders in their aquarium. They can do a great job mopping up little pieces of food that larger,...

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    Synodontis Catfish Species Guide

    5 years ago

    There are many species of synodontis, and there are many hybrids, crossbreeds between the species which pop up as well, quite often in pet shops. Synodontis appear to quite happily and readily crossbreed, to the chagrin...

  • 1

    Sick Discus Medication And Care

    5 years ago

    9 Juvenile Discus from Inland Empire Discus Discus Medication Because Discus cannot be considered particularly hardy fish, it is wise to have certain medications on hand when you keep them. These include: Prazi...

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    How To Keep Discus Fish

    5 years ago

    Discus are some of the most visually appealing fish in the hobby, and it is little wonder that they have come to be called “The King of Aquarium Fish”. They swim languidly in the water, their round bodies...

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    Fake Aquarium Plants

    5 years ago

    Image from: http://www.ratemyfishtank.com/friendemail.php/2944 I prefer fake aquarium plants for many reasons. Allow me to list some of them for you: Fake plants require no additional sunlight, which can cause the...

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    Jack Dempsey Fish | A Big Fish With A Big Personality

    5 years ago

    An adult male Jack Dempsey When it comes to choosing aquarium fish, there are a wide range to choose from. From small schooling fish that shoal beautifully about the aquarium, to large oddball fish which delight and...

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    How To Keep Jack Dempsey Fish

    5 years ago

    My own juvenile male Jack Dempsey This is the second part of this article on Jack Dempsey fish. If you want more general information, please go to the first article about Jack Dempsey fish. Tank Mates For Jack...

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    What Size Fish Tank Should I Buy?

    5 years ago

    Kuroshio Sea Tank.Located in the Churaumi Aquarium in Okinawa, Japan Oh look, a tiny bowl of death. Do not attempt this, unless you like dead fish. Unfortunately, many people buy their fish tanks before they buy...

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    Summer Rabbit Care

    5 years ago

    Image from Cute Overload Summer can be the deadliest time of year for rabbits, especially if you live in an area where temperatures routinely peak above 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit.) Rabbits do not do...

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    How To Breed Siamese Fighting Fish (Part Two)

    5 years ago

    Breeding pair, 'Z' and 'P' This is the second article in this series of How To Breed Betta Fish, if you have come here first, go back to Part One. How To Ensure Good Parental Survival Rates First of all, don't...

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    How To Breed Siamese Fighting Fish (Part One)

    5 years ago

    Male Betta 'Z' with his bubble nest. Breeding betta fish can be fun and rewarding if you have good stock and a breeding goal. However it can also be difficult to achieve and if it is successful it can...

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    Is My Betta A Boy or a Girl?

    5 years ago

    If you have bought young betta fish, you may not be entirely sure whether or not they are male or female. Sometimes pet stores claim that fish with short fins are females, whilst fish with long fins are males. Whilst...

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    Toys for Betta Fish

    5 years ago

    Betta fish are some of the smartest fish you can keep, but being smart isn't always a good thing. The downside of being smart is that boredom is only a few hundred circles of the rank away. What can you do to stop your...

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    Good Pets For Kids | Pet Snails

    5 years ago

    When I was a child, I always wanted lots of pets. I adored the company of animals and would have filled the house with all number of creatures had my parents allowed it. Unfortunately we only had a cat, but fortunately,...

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    How Long Will My Rabbit Live?

    5 years ago

    If you have a fuzzy bunny companion, the thought of them dying is a sad one, especially when so many people's rabbits tend to die at three or four years old. I have some good news for you though, your rabbit doesn't...

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    How To Test Fish Tank Water For Ammonia, Nitrites and Nitrates

    4 years ago

    Clear tests for, from left to right: ammonia, nitrite, nitrate and on the far right is a pH of around 7.6 Testing fish tank or aquarium water for ammonia, nitrites and nitrates is one of the most important things you...

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    Wet Puppies| Siamese Fighting Fish | Betta Splendens

    5 years ago

    http://www.ebetta.com/2007/10/10/betta-spotlight-yellow-indigo-betta-fish/ At one stage, PETA started a campaign calling fish 'Sea Kittens', presumably to point out how terrible it is that we eat fish. They were close...

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    The Best Cages For Indoor Bunnies

    5 years ago

    It is great having an indoor bunny. You get to truly live with your pet and share your life with them. You also get to bond more closely with your rabbit than you would do if it only lived outside. Once you decide...

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    Good Bunny, Bad Bunny: Dealing With A Bad Bunny

    6 years ago

    When your bunny is bad and shows you the power of its bunny-fu (ie, nips, bites, kicks, or scratches), it is intensely tempting to strike it to teach it a lesson. As much as the idea may appeal to you in the moment I...

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    Good Bunny, Bad Bunny: Advanced Bunny Grooming

    6 years ago

    The Moult If you have a long haired rabbit, you may one day be shocked to find that his or her hair is coming out in large clumps with just the slightest of pulls. As long as the skin or fur underneath is healthy and...

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    Good Bunny, Bad Bunny: Basic Bunny Grooming

    6 years ago

    Rabbit grooming. Do it right, and you foster strong loving bonds with your bunny, do it wrong and you and your bunny can both end up hurt. Grooming is important for all rabbits, but especially for long haired rabbits...

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    Good Bunny, Bad Bunny: How To Handle A Bunny 101

    6 years ago

    Rabbits are prey animals. This means that once they reach maturity, if they have not been well socialized, they will not much enjoy being held and picked up. Even rabbits who were content to be cuddled as babies may...

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    Good Bunny, Bad Bunny: My Bunny Hates Me

    6 years ago

    My Rabbit Hates Me Here's where we get to the crux of the matter. Bad bunny behavior. First of all, don't feel alone if your rabbit seems to loathe you and wants to hurt you, and spends its days destroying your home,...

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    Good Bunny, Bad Bunny: House Bunny Bedding and Accommodation

    6 years ago

    Bedding Much like litter, when it comes to bedding, experts agree that the bulk of products on the market are designed to kill bunny. Cedar and pine based bedding, both often sold in pet stores for the express...

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    66.6 Good Names For Bad Bunnies

    6 years ago

    Having a hard name coming up with a good name for your bunny? Not all bunnies are good bunnies though, are they? Some bunnies are mean bunnies that bite and kick and scratch. We still love them though, even though their...

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    Best Bunnies For Children

    6 years ago

    Bunnies can make great pets for kids, but it helps a great deal to choose the right sort of bunny. Also, before you get your child a pet rabbit, please realize that they can get sick and require veterinary care. If you...

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    Keeping Flemish Giant Rabbits

    6 years ago

    See the bunny in the picture there? Well its not fake, some rabbits really can get that big! They are known as giant rabbits, and a popular breed of such rabbits are Flemish Giant rabbits. Most Flemish Giant rabbits...

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    The Bored Bunny - How To Entertain Your Rabbit

    18 months ago

    A bored bunny is a bad bunny, and many rabbits are bored simply because their owners have little appreciation for how smart they are, and how much they need to play and 'work' their brains. If you got a rabbit because...

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    IMPORTANT Information For New Bunny Owners: Bunny Summer Care

    6 years ago

    In summer it is easy for rabbits to over heat and die because, unlike other animals, bunnies have no means of cooling themselves such as panting, or sweating. In the wild, rabbits huddle in their cool underground...

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    Toys For Rabbits

    6 years ago

    There are all sorts of fun commercially available toys for rabbits. These are great for entertaining your pet and keeping its mind busy. Many people don't know that rabbits like to play with toys as much as any other...

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    Should I Let My Rabbit Have Babies?

    6 years ago

    If you have a female rabbit, the question of babies is sure to come up. After all, what can be cuter than little baby bunny rabbits, right? Unfortunately, lots of people think that having babies is good for a rabbit,...

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    Long Hair Rabbit Care

    6 years ago

    If you have a long haired rabbit, then you have a lot of responsibility for grooming it. Long haired rabbits are entirely dependent on you to help them groom and manage their coats because they are quite incapable of...

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    Naughty Bunny - What To Do When Your Bunny Behaves Badly

    6 years ago

    Sometimes bunnies can be very naughty indeed, chewing on your furniture, biting you, scratching you, running away when you want to pick them up, struggling when they are handled, and indulging in all manner of...

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    The Indoor / Outdoor Bunny

    6 years ago

    There are a lot of articles written on the Internet (including a fair few here) about how keeping a rabbit inside is the best way to keep them. This is true in many respects, but some people find that they just can't...

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    Is My Bunny Sick?

    6 years ago

    Because bunnies are quite different from other animals, it can sometime be hard to know whether they are sick or not. Here are some signs to look for that may indicate that your rabbit is not feeling well. Please note...

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    Bunny Food Pyramid: Healthy Rabbit Food

    6 years ago

    Do you know about the food pyramid? The people food pyramid is a big triangle with the foods we should eat the least of at the top, and the foods we should eat the most of down the bottom. The food pyramid helps people...

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    Rabbit Names: How To Pick A Name For Your Bunny

    6 years ago

    Choosing a name for your bunny is one of the fun things about getting a new rabbit. But sometimes its just so hard to come up with any inspiration. Your bunny's name shouldn't just be cute, it should also be easy for...

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    Hay For Rabbits - What Type Of Hay Is The Best For My Bunny?

    6 years ago

    You've probably read in lots of places that it is very important that rabbits get lots of hay, but did you know that not all types of hay are the same? The type of hay you feed your rabbit will have a big impact on...

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    Growing Your Own Rabbit Food

    6 years ago

    One of the advantages of owning a bunny is that you don't even have to buy bunny food if you plan ahead and do a little work! Because rabbits are herbivores and like to eat grass, you can grow different types of grass...

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    Fun Toys For Rabbits: Bunny Castles

    6 years ago

    As anyone who has a house bunny will know, it doesn't take much for a rabbit to get bored and start destroying your home with great skill and efficiency. Owners of bored bunnies quite often find that their sofas have...

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    Bunny Love: How To Tell If Your Bunny Loves You

    18 months ago

    Do you have a bunny? Do your love your bunny? Does it love you? Sometimes it can be hard to tell if your bunny loves you because rabbits do not communicate with words, or by wagging their tails, or by meowing at you and...

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    How Big Should My Bunny's Cage Be?

    6 years ago

    When getting a cage for your bunny, it is important to remember that the cage needs to accommodate the size that the rabbit will grow to, not necessarily the size that the bunny is at the time you buy the cage. There...

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    Should I Get A Bunny?

    6 years ago

    So you want a pet of your very own, and you think that a bunny might be the pet for you. Bunnies are so cute and fuzzy and you love the idea of having one hopping around you all day long, being your best bunny friend....

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    How Can I Make My Bunny More Friendly?

    6 years ago

    When you first got a pet bunny you dreamed of having a sweet, snuggly little creature that would play with you and cuddle up with you. Now you have an angry little ball of fluff that refuses to come out of its cage and...

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    Why Does My Bunny Bite Me When I Put My Hand In Its Cage?

    6 years ago

    Rabbits are very territorial creatures. In the wild they normally make their own burrows separately from other rabbits, choosing when they wish to socialize, and when they wish to be alone. A bunny's burrow is a very...

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    Bunny Care Guide: Can Bunnies Wear Clothes?

    6 years ago

    Can you put your bunny in clothes? Yes. Wicket is modeling a little pink sports sweater in the picture to demonstrate just how amenable bunnies can be to wearing clothing. It's a natural human urge to want to dress our...

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    LOL Bunnies - The Cutest Rabbit Pictures, Now With EXTRA Captions

    6 years ago

    These are some of my favorite pictures and captions of my bunny, Wicket, who is a one and a half year old cashmere mini lop. She makes guest appearances in many of my other hubs as well and is the prime force behind my...

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    Bunny Breed Guide: Jersey Woolly Rabbits

    6 years ago

    Little fuzzy balls of fluff, Jersey Woolly rabbits are beautiful animals, and beautiful pets. However I must issue a caveat here, this type of rabbit is not suitable for outdoor living in a hutch, it is not suitable as...

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    Bunny Breed Guide: Rex Rabbits

    6 years ago

    Rex rabbits come in two main types, Mini Rex, and the standard Rex. I will deal with each type seperately so as to avoid confusion. Rex Rabbits The standard Rex has a beautiful velvety fur that is popular in the fur...

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    Long Haired Bunny Care Guide: The Great Bunny Moult, What To Do When All Your Rabbit's Fur Falls Out

    6 years ago

    A relatively under discussed phenomenon in rabbit keeping is moulting. Owners of short haired rabbits should not have too much trouble with moulting, because the short hair falls out easily enough with just basic...

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    The Great Big New Rabbit Care Guide - Almost Everything You Need To Know About Taking Care Of Your New Bunny

    6 years ago

    So you have a new pet rabbit! Congratulations! This could be the start of a relationship that may span up to 10 + years. There are a great deal of misconceptions about rabbit keeping however, and these articles are...

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    Bunny Care Guide: How To Get A New Pet Bunny To Like You

    6 years ago

    This hub arose from a question asked by a fellow hubber who is having trouble with a new bunny. I have answered it in the format of a new hub, as this is a common problem for many new rabbit owners. Question: "A...

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    Bunny Care Guide: How To Discipline Your Rabbit

    6 years ago

    One of the first things you'll realize as a bunny owner is that your bunny is quite naughty. Rabbits are always sticking their noses into things they shouldn't, chewing things they shouldn't and biting that which they...

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    IMPORTANT Information For Rabbit Owners - Spaying Your Rabbit: What To Expect After The Operation

    6 years ago

    After your rabbit has undergone her spay, be prepared to provide lots of TLC. Surgery is a big deal for a rabbit, and she has experienced a great deal of trauma to her body. You might be surprised to find when you pick...

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    Bunny Care Guide: House Rabbits - How To Deal With A Territorial/Aggressive Bunny

    6 years ago

    It may seem at times that I write a great deal about the negative aspects of bunnies, however that is mostly due to the fact that little help is needed when things are going right. I don't need to tell you how to enjoy...

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    Bunny Care Guide: Presents For Bunnies

    6 years ago

    As bunny owners it is only natural that we sometimes want to spoil our pets. When holidays come up, or perhaps even your bunny's birthday comes around, what nicer way to celebrate than to get your bunny a present. ...

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    Bunny Care Guide: What To Feed Your Bunny Rabbit / What Do Rabbits Eat?

    6 years ago

    Feeding your bunny is a more difficult task than it may seem at first. Popular lore has it that rabbits can be fed on carrots and lettuce, however the reality is that feeding a rabbit on lettuce and carrots would kill...

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    How To Stop A Destructive Bunny PART TWO

    6 years ago

    This is the second part to an article concerned with stopping your sweet little rabbit from completely destroying your home. Part One can be found here. Bunny Proof Bunny proofing essentially means getting things...

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    How To Stop A Destructive Bunny PART ONE

    6 years ago

    Rabbits are great pets, and they are increasingly being kept inside by many bunny owners, which is great for the rabbit, and great for the people that own them. It is much easier to bond with a rabbit that lives indoors...

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    Bunny Care Guide: How To Handle Your Bunny / Pick Your Rabbit Up

    7 years ago

    As a bunny owner, one of your biggest challenges may be handling your rabbit. This is because oftentimes, rabbits don't particularly like to be held, which means that they struggle, growl, and occasionally bite and...

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    Three Reasons NOT To Give A Bunny As A Pet

    7 years ago

    Don't get me wrong folks, I'm a huge fan of bunnies, I have my own delightful (and occasionally psychotic) doe, and I plan to add one or two bunnies to my family this year. Rabbits are delightful, sweet, inquisitive...

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    How To Train Your Bunny To Walk On A Leash

    18 months ago

    You might have seen some cute pictures of bunnies walking on leashes, and wondered if you could do the same with your rabbit. You can, but there are a few points that must be noted and steps that must be taken before...

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    Bunny Care Guide: Short Haired Rabbits vs Long Haired Rabbits

    7 years ago

    There is a lot to take into consideration when getting any new pet, and that includes buying a bunny. Other sections of this guide deal with what sort of size might be best for you, but size is not the only...

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    What Size Bunnies Make The Best Pets?

    7 years ago

    There is a lot to consider when you're thinking about getting a pet rabbit, and size is an important factor that should be taken into consideration. There is more to the suitability of various rabbit sizes to various...

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    Bunny Care Guide: Should I Get One Rabbit, Or Two?

    6 years ago

    Often when one is getting a pet, especially if space is already limited, it is tempting to get just one. This is unfortunate for many animals who tend to be gregarious. Bunnies fall into this group of pets, and though...

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    Bunny Care Guide: Should I Desex/Neuter/Spay My Rabbit?

    7 years ago

    Yes. Yes you should. Double Yes if your rabbit is a female. Even though it is a good idea, and some might say entirely necessary for does, desexing rabbits is a relatively new trend, and in order to get the procedure...

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    House Bunny Care Guide: Five Ways To Bunny Proof Your Home

    7 years ago

    So you're going to have a house bunny eh? Well good for you. There are a number of steps you will have to take to ensure that your home, or the part of it that you will allow your bunny to roam in is safe for both your...

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    Bunny Care Guide - How To Litter Train Your Bunny

    7 years ago

    First of all, put the idea of 'training' out of your mind. You're not really training your rabbit at all. A rabbit will naturally pick a place that it likes to toilet in, and it will return to that place like clockwork...

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    Bunny Care Guide: The Best Litter For Your Bunny

    7 years ago

    One of the more major decisions you have to make when you decide to keep your bunny is one that may at first seem trivial. Surely you just grab some litter, any litter, toss it in the bottom of the cage and have done?...

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    Help! My Bunny Smells - What To Do With A Stinky Rabbit

    7 years ago

    Here at Bunniez, we're always on about how you should keep your rabbit indoors. "Oh, they're so smart and so friendly," you read in practically every article, including the ones detailing how not to get...

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    Bunny Care Guide: The Importance Of Feeding Hay To Rabbits

    7 years ago

    Everywhere you go, you'll see recommendations concerning the feeding of hay to rabbits. "Give your bunny all the hay it can eat!" They say, "Do not restrict your rabbit's hay consumption!" They tell...

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    Bunny Breed Guide: Flemish Giant Rabbit

    7 years ago

    Nothing is more awe inspiring in the bunny world than a Flemish Giant. Often referred to as gentle giants, these rabbits can grow larger than a dog, and can be quite the conversation stopper when they come casually...

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    Rabbit Care Guide: Basic Bunny Facts For New Owners

    6 years ago

    If you're considering getting a pet rabbit, then you'll need these basic bunny facts up front. These are by no means a comprehensive guide, but they do give a brief overview of a bunny's needs. This article is designed...

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    Bunnies On Leashes: Can I Take My Rabbit Walkies?

    7 years ago

    There have been quite a few revolutions in the rabbit keeping arena in the past few years. It seems almost as if all of a sudden people realized that rabbits weren't simply dullard animals good for keeping the grass...

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    How To Trim Your Rabbit's Nails AND Survive The Experience

    7 years ago

    Rabbits need their nails/claws trimmed regularly, unless you happen to live with them on rocky outcroppings, in which case they probably have other things to worry about. Rabbits have constantly growing nails, and if...

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    Angry Rabbits: Dealing With A Teen Doe

    7 years ago

    One of the things they don't tell you when you get that little fuzzy bundle of bunny, is that even rabbits go through adolescence. In fact, a teenage rabbit can be just as moody, destructive, and full of loathing for...

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    Bunny Games! How To Have Fun With Your Rabbit

    7 years ago

    Part of the challenge of rabbit ownership is learning to interact in fun ways with your bunny. Many complain that their rabbits do little but sit around and chew hay, or perhaps run away when they are approached. Both...

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    The Great Indoor Rabbit Debate

    7 years ago

    Some people think that rabbits belong out in the backyard in a hutch, occasionally having hay and carrots shoved at them. It's an intriguing theory, and one that a surprisingly large percentage of the rabbit owning...

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    Yes, Your Rabbit Hates You (How To Be Friends With Your Bunny)

    6 years ago

    If you've recently purchased a fuzzy baby bunny, or perhaps been gifted one by some kind hearted person, you're no doubt a little confused. What exactly does one DO with a bunny? For starters, I am not a fan of keeping...

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    Bunnies and Kids: Are Rabbits Good Pets For Children?

    7 years ago

    Rabbits have been popular pets for children for many decades, and hutches down the bottom of the garden have become both a fixture in many homes, and a fond childhood for many. As people have come to understand bunnies...

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    Bad Rabbit Food: What NOT To Feed Your Bunny

    7 years ago

    You'd think that feeding rabbits would be easy. Just chuck any old plant matter into the cage and have done with it, right? Wrong. This feeding methodology happens to be an excellent way to possibly kill your bunny, or...

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    Bunny Buying Guide: Where Should I Get My Bunny From?

    7 years ago

    If you've fallen under the spell of the bunniez and have determined that rabbit keeping is right for you then you'll need to obtain a rabbit from somewhere. Whilst magicians have had some success over the years in...

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    Bunny Breed Guide: Mini Lop/ Holland Lop Rabbits

    7 years ago

    If you've ever been to a pet store, then you are probably already familiar with the mini lop (also known as the Holland Lop). These little floppy eared bunnies have found great favor in the pet trade, in spite of the...

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    Bunny Breed Guide: New Zealand White Rabbit

    6 years ago

    New Zealand Whites are popular rabbits as pets, in the show ring, and unfortunately in the laboratory and meat/fur farm. New Zealand White Rabbits are easily distinguished by their relatively large and solid bodies...

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    Indoor Bunny Toys – Keep your Rabbit entertained for hours

    7 years ago

    Rabbits can be a bit like children. Buy them an expensive toy, and five minutes later you see them happily chewing through the box. Some people don't think that rabbits need toys, but those people generally find that...

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    When Bunnies Attack: What To Do When Your Rabbit Bites

    18 months ago

    Rabbits, whilst being incredibly cute, playful, fun little individuals, also have some tendencies that may be somewhat surprising to the uninitiated. Though they are prey animals, they can have a somewhat vicious streak...

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    Bunny - Puppy Relations, Can Rabbits and Dogs be friends?

    6 years ago

    Can bunnies and puppies be friends? Most certainly. Well, almost certainly. It rather depends primarily on the temperament of your dog. Some dogs are bred to hunt and kill small creatures, and if you have one of these...

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    The Angry Bunny Solution

    7 years ago

    At some point in your bunny ownership, you're going to anger your bunny. It's almost unavoidable. At some point you're going to have to pick him or her up, put him or her in a bunny cage, cut play-time short, or commit...

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    Why Doesn't My Bunny Like Me? - A Guide To The Bunny

    7 years ago

    What many people don't realize when they are contemplating getting a rabbit is the sheer amount of time it can take to bond with a bunny. Unlike dogs, who will be licking your face within a day or two, or cats that soon...

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