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Do You Have A Beauty Bunny?

Do You Have A Beauty Bunny?

04 Jan / 2016



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Rabbits may be easy to love, but they’re not quite as easy to care for. These lovable, social animals are wonderful companions for people who take the time to learn about their needs. Though providing care for these adorable creatures isn’t difficult. Anyone considering adding a rabbit to their family should carefully research books and web sites on rabbit care before making a decision.

Dwarf Hotot Rabbit :- Eyes Of The Fancy!!

Dwarf Hotot Rabbit :- Eyes Of The Fancy!!

24 Nov / 2016



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Dwarf Hotot (pronounced "Oh-Toe" or sometimes "Hoe-Toe") Rabbit is also known as the "Eyes of the Fancy". These little rabbits are bound to catch not only the eyes of onlookers, but also their hearts. Though they are mostly all white, the thin band of black fur around their eyes give them a distinct, unique appearance. Their small size adds to their charm and practicality. They require a smaller living area than other rabbits, and are easily held in one's hand. Their affectionate, playful temperament is another quality that makes the Dwarf Hotot excellent choices for pet owners. These adorable little creatures are good with children and make wonderful pets. Like any other rabbit breed, individual Dwarf Hotots have individual personalities, and will enjoy their attention in different ways. Most love to be held and petted and some simply enjoy hopping around on their owner's lap, but for the most part this breed enjoys affection and they are quite affectionate in return.

Essential Oils and Our Pets

Essential Oils and Our Pets

14 Jul / 2015



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An essential oil is a bioavailable nutritive liquid. This liquid is derived from flowers, plants, trees, etc., through a special distillation process. Essential oils (when left in their purest, non-diluted state with no synthetics added) have a 100% kill factor on harmful viruses, bacteria, funguses, mold and tumors.*


Fun Guinea Pig Facts

Fun Guinea Pig Facts

17 Aug / 2017



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Fun Guinea Pig Facts: Guinea pigs are fascinating little creatures, read on for some more fun guinea pig.

  • A male guinea pig is called a boar and a female is called a sow.
  • Guinea pigs are also known as ‘cavies’.
  • Guinea pigs are able to fend for themselves from 5 days of age.
  • A new born guinea pig can run after just 3 hours after birth.
  • Male guinea pigs will mate from 1 month of age (and may even start practicing from 2 weeks) and females can have their first litter from 3 weeks of age (but really they should wait until 4 months of age).

Gastrointestinal Stasis: It Is Dangerous For Your Bunny

Gastrointestinal Stasis: It Is Dangerous For Your Bunny

16 Apr / 2016



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Gastrointestinal stasis (or G.I. stasis) is a serious and potentially fatal condition that occurs in some rabbits in which gut motility is severely reduced and possibly completely stopped. Treatment should be sought immediately from a veterinarian specializing in exotic animals and with significant rabbit experience. When untreated or improperly treated, G.I. stasis can be fatal in as little as 24 hours.

G.I. stasis is the condition of food not moving through the gut as quickly as normal. The gut contents may dehydrate and compact into a hard, immobile mass (impacted gut), blocking the digestive tract of the rabbit. Food in an immobile gut may also ferment, causing significant gas buildup and resultant gas pain for the rabbit.

Guinea Pig Care Guide

Guinea Pig Care Guide

24 Aug / 2017



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Guinea pigs might well be the gentlest of all pets. Happiest in small groups, these rodents are delicate but reasonably easy to care for. Guinea pigs, also known as “cavies,” are rotund rodents from South America. They are affectionate and gentle, and well-suited for households with children.  However, as true herbivores that are very low on the food chain, they should be kept away from dogs, cats, ferrets, and rats.Also, they cannot jump more than a couple inches into the air. Make sure they are not in danger of falling off the edges of tables, beds, stairways, or other hazards.

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