Recognized by the British Rabbit Council in 2002 and the American Rabbit Breeders Association in 2013, the Lionhead rabbit is one of the newest breeds of rabbit as of 2014. The unique rabbit has a thick 2- to 3-inch wool... More »

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Lionhead rabbits thrive on a diet primarily made up of hay or freeze-dried grass and fresh vegetables, with pet-food pellets making up less than half of an adult rabbit's diet. Young rabbits can be given a slightly large... More »

The American Rabbit Breeders Association states that lionhead rabbits have a maximum permissible weight of 3 3/4 pounds. The North American Lionhead Rabbit Club is the ARBA-sanctioned breed club. More »

After assessing your ability to care for a bunny and determining the best bunny for your lifestyle, locate a suitable bunny from a local shelter, rabbit rescue group or individual. Shelters and rabbit rescue groups are g... More »

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Rabbits can be trained to use a litter box in the same way as cats. Adult rabbits are more receptive to training than younger ones. You need a litter box, timothy hay, newspaper and a large cage to train a rabbit effecti... More »

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Lionhead goldfish are omnivores that eat a wide variety of plant and animal matter. Lionhead goldfish should be fed high-quality fish flakes and freeze-dried foods, including brine shrimp, blood worms and Daphnia. Becaus... More »

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The best way to find a good home for a bunny is to advertise in veterinarian's offices, pet stores and other places that might attract people interested in a rabbit. Include a picture and all relevant information about t... More »

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