What do dwarf rabbits need?

How to Take Care of Dwarf Rabbits

  • Large exercise pen or cage (no wire bottom)
  • High-quality timothy hay or orchard grass.
  • High-quality timothy hay-based pellets.
  • Fresh greens (parsley, Romaine lettuce, dandelion greens)
  • Treats (baby carrot, small piece of banana or apple)
  • Boxes.

Are dwarf rabbits low maintenance?

They are small and low-maintenance, and they can become very loving and loyal. If you are looking for a small house pet I definitely recommend getting a dwarf bunny!

How do I keep my rabbit healthy?

How to Keep a Pet Rabbit Healthy

  1. 1) Provide an Appropriate Diet.
  2. 2) House Your Rabbit in an Appropriate Hutch.
  3. 3) Maintain a Comfortable Temperature.
  4. 4) Spay or Neuter Your Rabbit.
  5. 5) Keep Your Rabbit Calm.
  6. 6) Ensure Your Bunny Gets Regular Exercise.
  7. 7) Toys and Intellectual Stimulation.
  8. 8) Ensure Your Rabbit Has Companionship.

Do dwarf bunnies need shots?

Vaccinations: There are two fatal diseases which your dwarf rabbit should be vaccinated against, particularly if living outside in a rural area; Myxomatosis which needs a booster vaccination once or twice a year depending on the level of Myxomatosis in your area and Viral Hemorrhagic Disease, aka VHD, which requires an …

Can dwarf bunnies eat bananas?

When you’re considering what to feed your bunny, you may wonder: can I feed my rabbit a banana? The short answer is yes, rabbits can eat bananas. Just like other fruits and vegetables, rabbits love to eat bananas. You can even feed your rabbit the banana peel, but make sure you wash it first.

What are the signs of a sick rabbit?

Subtle signs of illness in a rabbit vary and can include:

  • Slow movement, staying still or hiding away.
  • Breathing faster than usual or noisy breathing.
  • Eating less and/or refusing certain foods.
  • A change in thirst levels.
  • Producing less stool or producing stool that looks different to normal.

What happens before a rabbit dies?

Signs that a rabbit is near death include refusing to eat, an unusual level of lethargy, difficulty breathing, or a sudden change in vital signs. A rabbit should have a body temperature between 100 degrees Fahrenheit and 104 degrees Fahrenheit, as well as a heart rate between 180 and 250 beats per minute.