How to Bathe Your Pet Rabbit. Rabbits are fastidious groomers and don't often need assistance in getting clean. In fact, submerging your rabbit in water is dangerous, since it can easily lead to hypothermia or shock. Instead of giving your...
How do you clean a soiled rabbit? Most of the time, the rabbit will take care of all the cleaning itself and you shouldn’t interfere. However, for the safety of your bun there are times when you have to. Every one of us with pet rabbits has probably witnessed runny or soft stool that got...
Welcome to Smart School House! In celebration of all things spring and Easter, today I’m going to show you how to make a Wash Cloth Bunny! These are also known as boo boo bunnies and you can put ice cubes in them to help soothe a child’s boo boo (so cute!). They are easy, quick, and inexpensive to make.
If your bunny is smelly, chances are his cage needs cleaning. Rabbits' urine and soft feces can have a pretty strong smell, especially if you haven't changed the bedding for a while. Before you clean anything, throw away all bedding and then wash the cage thoroughly using dish soap and warm water.
How to Keep a Rabbit Clean. Rabbits love to clean themselves, but that doesn't mean they can't get dirty or messy. Regular care is an important part of owning a pet rabbit, but can be an easy and fun process. Make sure you help keep your...
No one likes to clean their rabbit's hutch or cage, but sticking to a schedule will make it less of a chore. There are no set rules for how often to clean your rabbit's cage, but by doing a small amount of cleaning every day you will make things easier on yourself.
How to Make a Wash Cloth Bunny Welcome to Smart School House! In celebration of all things spring and Easter, today I’m going to show you how to make a Wash Cloth Bunny! These are also known as boo boo bunnies and you can put ice cubes in them to help soothe a child’s booMore
A wash cloth bunny or chick is as cute as can be, takes minutes to make, and is even practical. To attach the eyes, beak, and tails, I use glue dots here. If the recipient would like to use the wash cloths, the glue dots are easy to remove, along with the attachments. You can also use hot glue for a more permanent bunny or chick.
How to Make a Wash Cloth Bunny - great for Easter! They are also called boo boo bunnies and you can put ice cubes in them to help soothe boo boos! Get the detailed directions on Smart School House ...