Where do Pet Rabbits Live?

Where do pet rabbits live?

Actually, the rabbits are adorable carrot-munching small mammals found across the North America from deserts to ice-covered areas. Before knowing about rabbits you need to know about various species, which make up a family leporidae, which includes the entire hares and rabbits, because where they live is more species-specific. Actually, the rabbits and hares are more equivalent, they are the members of the similar scientific family of leporid. They are simply well-known by their big hand feet, larger ears and fondness of hoping and edgy noses. Usually, rabbits can easily stay inside your home, but you will better to have an indoor rabbit cage to keep your dear bunny safe and also close to yourself all the time.

Commonly, rabbits are living in groups known as colonies in the concealed habitats, where they can hide from everything hunting them. However, these underground systems of runnels are dug by the rabbits and also can be found frequently in the grasslands, deserts, forests or meadows. The only time that the rabbit does not live in a warren is for around three weeks after its birth. The mother rabbits will dig a special nursery warren for their babies outside the maze and also cover it with the grasses, brushwood and also even hair plucked from her chest. When mother rabbit leaves her newborn, she covers the warren with dirt to keep them safe and unseen.

Look for the best cage for your rabbit

Look for the best cage for your rabbit

In general, taking a best care for the specific pet always needs a spacious cage, water to drink, healthy diet and also proper grooming. However, the single rabbit is quite difficult to handle, if you are not prepared and patient as well. However, it will be the great, if you clean a cage minimum once per week. You should always make sure to keep your pet secure and clean all the times, so that the infections and diseases will be prevented. At present, there are several different kinds of rabbit cages available to select from for your pet. In order to select the right home cage for your pet, below are some useful tips for you:

  • Initially, you have to collect the entire pertinent facts related to the breed of your pet. It is more significant to decide how much rabbits you will place inside a single cage.
  • Secondly, you should consider the actual size of your rabbit and the space need that will perfect fit to its size.
  • Thirdly, you should find your own choice of keeping your pet inside or outside of your home. As a responsible pet owner, it is essential that you will need to buy an indoor cage, if the weather becomes bad. The outdoor cages are only great, if the weather is decent.
  • Fourthly, you can make sure the safety and comfort of your pet. You never put your cage over a wired floor, better you can make use of a mat or pan below to dispose their waste simply.

What is the right choice of indoor rabbit cage for your rabbit?

What is the right choice of indoor rabbit cage for your rabbit?

Of course, the rabbits make such best pets. They are also cute, fuzzy and calm. Now, many of the kids love to have rabbits as a pet in their homes. If you are thinking on obtaining a rabbit, you must seriously consider obtaining an indoor rabbit cage beside with it. However, these cages for rabbit are excellent for keeping them inside your home without even making a mess out of your living room. It also enables you a chance to play with your pet at any time rather than having to go out simply to view them.

Find the perfect size of indoor rabbit cage

Find the perfect size of indoor rabbit cage

Giving the enough spacious homes for your rabbit is a most essential factor in keeping it healthy and happy as well. When it comes to choosing the indoor rabbit cage, you need to select the right size of indoor rabbit cage. If you afford a very large rabbit cage, bigger is always good option to choose. The actual number may vary based on the breed and size of a rabbit, how much time it is able to invest outside a cage and its individual personality.

Happy 2012 Everyone!

Hello human and furry friends and happy 2012!
I hope you all had wonderful holidays and haven’t broken ALL your New Year’s resolutions yet! *wink wink* We had a great time on our vacation but we missed Teeny and Tootsie and Lo Mein. There’s no place like home!
I will have some exciting news to announce soon. I’ve been busy busy making plans for the future. As a result, I don’t have a January dog toy drive planned. I promise that when I tell you what I’ve been working on you will understand why. I can’t wait to see what 2012 holds in store!
TEENY'S FRIENDS

Happy 2012 Everyone!

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays!

The McDougall family 2011 Christmas card.

I hope everyone out there has a SAFE and MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR! We leave on Saturday for holiday vacation so I will see all of you in 2012! XOXO!

TEENY'S FRIENDS

December Dog Toy Drive Still Going On!

December Dog Toy Drive Still Going On!

December Dog Toy Drive Still Going On!

Just a quick reminder: our December dog toy drive is still going on at Woof Gang Bakery! Woof Gang is located at 1204 North Lamar here in Austin. I stopped in last Saturday to check on the toy drive progress, and the bin was already halfway full with a week to go! If you need to buy any stocking stuffers for your pooches, this is the place to do it. So stop in and pick up some goodies for your furbaby and donate some toys to a needy one at the same time! We will be picking the bins up the afternoon of Saturday, December 17th and I’m hoping for a full load!
December Dog Toy Drive Still Going On!

World’s Oldest Dog Dies – RIP Pusuke

World’s Oldest Dog Dies – RIP Pusuke

World’s Oldest Dog Dies – RIP PusukePusuke, recognized by the Guiness Book of World Records as the world’s oldest dog, passed away on Monday at the ripe old age of 26. Born in April 1985 in Japan, he died peacefully at home with his owner by his side. What an amazingly long life; both Pusuke and his owner were incredibly lucky to have so much time together. Rest in peace, sweet boy, and run free at the Rainbow Bridge!

World’s Oldest Dog Dies – RIP Pusuke

December Dog Toy Drive

Santa Paws is coming to town!

Our December dog toy drive will be held at Woof Gang Bakery[there is a map included in the link] here in Austin, located at 1204 North Lamar. Our bins will be there Saturday, December 3rd [sometime in the afternoon – I will be driving back from Houston earlier in the day] until Saturday, December 17th. Woof Gang has chosen the Austin Humane Society as the beneficiary for the month, so stop by and pick up a tasty treat for your furry friend and drop off a dog toy in our bin!

December Dog Toy Drive

Lo Mein Update

Well as you can see from the video, Lo Mein is completely healthy and has [who knew!] a naughty streak! Here he is trying to get Teeny and Tootsie to play with him.

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2011

Dog Friendly Thanksgiving Dinner

I can’t wait to make this recipe for Teeny and Tootsie with our Thanksgiving leftovers!
Ingredients
1     sweet potato, peeled and coarsely chopped
1/2  cup leftover skinless roast turkey meat, shredded
1/2  cup leftover stuffing* or 1 piece toast, coarsely chopped
1     teaspoon finely chopped fresh sage
2     tablespoons prepared cranberry sauce
*Do not use stuffing that contains onions and/or garlic, which can both be toxic to cats and dogs.
Directions
1. In a small pot of boiling, salted water, cook the sweet potato until tender, about 5 minutes. Drain and let cool.
2. In a mixing bowl, stir together the sweet potato, turkey, stuffing, and sage. Top with the cranberry sauce and serve.

Dog Friendly Thanksgiving Dinner

I can’t wait to make this recipe for Teeny and Tootsie with our Thanksgiving leftovers!
Ingredients
1     sweet potato, peeled and coarsely chopped
1/2  cup leftover skinless roast turkey meat, shredded
1/2  cup leftover stuffing* or 1 piece toast, coarsely chopped
1     teaspoon finely chopped fresh sage
2     tablespoons prepared cranberry sauce
*Do not use stuffing that contains onions and/or garlic, which can both be toxic to cats and dogs.
Directions
1. In a small pot of boiling, salted water, cook the sweet potato until tender, about 5 minutes. Drain and let cool.
2. In a mixing bowl, stir together the sweet potato, turkey, stuffing, and sage. Top with the cranberry sauce and serve.

Dog Friendly Thanksgiving Dinner

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween Pet Safety Tips

Halloween is only a few days away and I could not be more excited! My jack o’ lanterns are carved, my house is decorated, and my costume is ready to go. It’s my favorite holiday! We live on a busy street so I doubt we’ll get many trick-or-treaters. Just in case our doorbell starts ringing I am prepared with plenty of candy and these Halloween pet safety tips!
*The bowl of candy is for trick-or-treaters! Chocolate in all forms is dangerous for dogs or cats.
*Seasonal fall plants, like pumpkin and corn, aren’t toxic to animals but can cause upset stomachs.
*Wires and cords for electric decorations should be kept out of reach so that your pet cannot chew on them.
*Keep an eye on your jack o’lantern when lit! If a pet knocks over the candle it could cause a fire.
*Don’t dress your put up in a costume [no matter how cute it is!] unless they honestly like wearing it so as to not cause undue stress.
*If you do dress your pet up in a costume, please make sure they can move, breath, and bark/meow properly.
*Look over your pets costume and make sure there aren’t any small or dangling pieces that could be chewed off and choked on.
*Unless your pet is very social, keep them in another room during peak trick-or-treat hours; too many strangers can be scary and stressful.
*When opening the door to pass out candy, make sure your dog or cat doesn’t dart outside into the street.
*Make sure your dog has an ID tag with identification and your phone number so that if they do get out they will be able to get in touch with you.I included these tips in my November 2011 newsletter but figured they were worth repeating again. Hope everyone has a great Howloween!
Halloween Pet Safety Tips