Floppy’s Chewing Needs
Bunnies have open-rooted teeth, so they have to chew frequently to prevent painful dental issues. You’ll need to provide Floppy with lots of suitable chew toys. This doesn’t necessarily have to be expensive: for instance, the cardboard tubes from paper towel robes make great bunny toys. However, it is very important.
Floppy will get bored and unhappy if she is always stuck in her cage. Your furball will need at least a few hours of free time every day. Before letting your cute pet out to play, you’ll need to do some bunnyproofing. Ask your vet for specific advice.
Just like any other pet, bunnies need proper veterinary care. In between Floppy’s regular appointments, you’ll need to watch for signs of sickness, such as lethargy, diarrhea, and/or a reduced appetite. Contact your vet immediately if you notice any red flags.
While bunnies can be litterbox trained, training takes time and effort. In the meantime, you’ll need to pick up after Floppy. This is definitely something to consider!
They Have Personalities
Bunnies all have their own personalities. Some are bossy little divas, others are frisky and mischievous, and some are furry cuddlebugs. The more you interact with Floppy, the more you’ll see her unique personality come through.
We probably don’t have to tell you this, but bunnies are super cute. They also have endearing habits. For instance, when your pet is happy, she may do binkies, which are basically bunny happy dances. Think of them as the bunny equivalent of a purr or tail wag. Floppy may have you wrapped around her paws in no time!
Please contact us, your Tipp City, OH pet hospital, for your bunny’s veterinary care needs. We’re here to help!