Happy rabbits are truly content with the way they are cared for. Do you really want to know if your bunny is having the best life possible? Do you want to make sure that he/she’s happy? Read on to find out how to truly care for your rabbit.
Make sure everyone in the family wants a rabbit.It's not really fair for anyone if your father absolutely detests rabbits.
Make sure you are aware of all his needs. He needs food, water, exercise, play, stimulation, grooming, medications, friendship and a good home. Also, make sure you are aware that he/she may well need a lot of medication. Vaccinations, spaying/neutering and check-ups are essential. Yes, you may want a lot of cute little baby bunnies, but it's not worth it. Uncastrated male bunnies will be aggressive, territorial and spray everywhere, and female bunnies will probably have several litters a year if allowed to come in contact with unspayed male rabbit, as well as the added health risks. Vaccinations are usually needed, however, if you live in a country where rabies is not present, that isn't so important, though vaccinations against other conditions should be researched.