Both wild and tame rabbits spray urine to mark their territory due to hormonal urges. This behavior can often be curbed by spaying or neutering the rabbit. More »

According to PawNation, there are several animals that spray, including striped polecats, rabbits, foxes and cats. Typically, animals spray as a form of self-defense when they feel threatened. However, cats spray as a wa... More »

Preventing rabbits from eating outdoor flowers is best done by using fences, applying scents and substances that rabbits find repellent and providing extra plants to give the animals something to eat in hopes they ignore... More »

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According to Pet Education, healthy rabbits can have red urine because they have ingested a plant-heavy diet, especially if the plants contain beta-carotene. Antibiotics also cause some rabbits to excrete red urine, and ... More »

According to Dana Krempels, Ph.D., healthy rabbits shed their fur coats twice a year. However, she explains this as a natural process. If a pet rabbit experiences abnormal fur loss, such as bald patches with skin irritat... More »

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The natural habitat of rabbits largely depends on their species, but it includes meadows, prairies, deserts, farmlands, thickets, forests, wetlands and moorlands. The Eastern cottontail, the most common type of rabbit in... More »

Cottontail rabbits live in such areas as fields, gullies, brush piles, farms, crop fields, backyards and suburban areas. They also dwell in the abandoned burrows of other animals, such as woodchucks. More »

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