Category: My Pet Rabbits

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My Pet Rabbits Babe and Bob

A chance meeting with one of my pet rabbits turned into a life-changing event and one I have never regretted. But I knew little about keeping pet rabbits. I thought, as many do, rabbits lived shut in a house down the garden.

So buying her was the start of a steep learning curve and a lot of hard work. But with loads of fun, laughter and affection along the way.

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Bunny Rabbit Bob-The Neutering

Like Babe, bunny rabbit Bob came with a free health check and combined Myxomatosis/Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease vaccination. But unlike Babe, he would be seeing the new vet. Bunny rabbit Bob’s Free Health Check Now rabbit Bob had a nervous disposition and would run for cover when a sparrow flew over

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Neutering Rabbits – Babe

Neutering rabbits never crossed my mind when I bought Babe or during the brief time she had been with me. She kept me too busy to think about anything more than protecting her and my garden. But that was about to change thanks to a vet. Neutering Rabbits Babe came

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Free Range Pet Rabbit-The Arrival of Bob

Pet Rabbits are happier pets when living as a pair, male and female. And, it was time to find free range pet rabbit Babe, a partner. She was now over six months old and was ready for the vet to make her infertile A Free Range Pet Rabbit Partner for

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Rabbit Proof Garden + 1 Happy Bunny

If you have read my first post, you know that I needed a rabbit-proof garden quickly. In this post, I explain what needed to be done, how it was accomplished and why it was necessary. Reasons For a Rabbit Proof Garden Now, there are two reasons for Babe to have

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New Pet Rabbit-How 1 Changed My Life

I had no intention of buying a new pet rabbit, but fate had other plans. I love animals and have been around dogs, cats, and horses for a substantial part of my life.  But my childhood rabbit did not work out too well. So, why would I need or want

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