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Rabbitry Owners: Using Body Language to Assess Your Rabbits Health

Rabbitry Health

Using Body Language to Assess the Health of Your Rabbits

As a current or prospective rabbitry owner it is vital that you understand the cues that your rabbits use to communicate with the outside world. That’s because rabbits are always communicating.  Communication is critical to a rabbit’s survival and even homestead rabbits still display the same behavior as their wild counterparts.  Every part of a rabbit’s body is used to communicate with others in the warren. 

Top 50 Facts about Rabbits

 

Welcome to Crossroads Rabbitry

Welcome to Crossroads Rabbitry

Here is a list of the top 50 interesting facts about rabbits…

  1. A Rabbits teeth never stop growing, which is why they constantly chew on things to keep them filed down.  Their front teeth can actually grow up to 5 inches per year.
  2. The average heart rate of a rabbit ranges between 130-325 beats per minute.
  3. It is estimated that over 2 million U.S. households own a pet rabbit.


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