Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. What do you feed your bunnies?

A. We feed our bunnies a variety of foods including:

- Alfalfa and Timothy Hay (fresh, pellets and cubes)

- Veggies & Fruits: Lettuce, Chard, Parsley, Cilantro, Carrots, Grapes, Strawberries, Blueberries, Mulberries, Apples, Pears, Banana, etc. 

- Safe plants from around the garden and weeds

Q. How long does a bunny live for?

A. Bunnies can live for 8-12 years. 

Q. Should I give my bunny a bath?

A. It is recommended to avoid baths if possible. But if for some reason you must give your bunny a bath make sure that you avoid getting water in their ears. Also make sure you do not use hot water. Avoid shampoos and soaps that are not safe for bunnies. 

Q. Should I get my bunny neutered or spayed and how much does it typically cost?

A.  We highly recommend getting your bunny spayed or neutered if you do not plan on breeding him/her. Male bunnies can start to spray like a cat to mark their territory. Female rabbits can get more agressive with hormones. If you have 2 males they may start fighting to the death. 

Getting your bunny spayed or neutered can cost anywhere from $75-$250 or more. Typically you will wait until your bunny is 6 months or age before getting their spayed or neutered as surgery is riskier for a younger rabbit, 

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