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    Dwarf Baby Rabbits for Sale - Care Guide

    Articlepet advice guidesTuesday 27 November 2012
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    House rabbits are verypopular pets in the UK.Dwarf rabbits can make excellent pets but these baby rabbits for sale areextremely high maintenance so you should be prepared to give them a lot of careand attention. You should seriously think about buying baby rabbits for salebefore you do it. This guide will help you with some advice on how to care fordwarf rabbits and what tasks you will need to do in order to keep baby rabbitshappy and healthy.

     

    Caring for Dwarf Rabbits

     

    • A dwarf rabbit should have a large exercise pen or hutch; with rabbits the bigger the better.

     

    • You should also provide your dwarf rabbits with litter trays with wood pellets or cat litter.

     

    • When caring for baby rabbits you always need to give them access to plenty of fresh hay.

     

    • Dwarf rabbits that are aged 6 months or less can be given unlimited pellets. Dwarf rabbits that are over the age of 6 months should be given ¼ cup of pellets per day.

     

    • When feeding a dwarf rabbit vegetables you should give him 2 cups of vegetables per day. They like baby carrots, and you can treat him with a little piece of banana or apple as a treat.

     

    • Dwarf rabbits like chewing things so it is important you give them lots to keep them occupied such as old phone books, toilet rolls etc.

     

    • Dwarf rabbits like to have a cardboard box they can hide in, climb on and chew.  

     

    • Baby rabbits need a lot of exercise, it is essential that you give your dwarf rabbit at least four hours of exercise out of a pen every day.

     

    • If you are going to keep your dwarf rabbit in the house then you must make sure that computer wires, phone cables and other electrics are out of reach because dwarf rabbits love to chew.

     

     

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