Understanding rabbits natural behavior will truly help you to get alot more out of this relationship.
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Allowing your bunny to display natural behavior will make everyone happy.
Below you can read a piece of a article I found at www.petco.com and I quote:
"Encouraging Good BehaviorThe key to a having well-behaved rabbit lies in distraction and diversion. By remembering and understanding your rabbit's natural tendencies, you can easily provide for his needs.Here are some easy ways to encourage your rabbit to behave:Satisfy his desire to dig by providing a box lined with carpet where he can dig to his heart's content. Distract him and redirect him to that box as soon as he begins to dig elsewhere, and he will quickly learn what is his and what is yours.Satisfy his desire to chew by providing non-toxic or untreated wood chews, or specially designed rabbit "furniture".Satisfy his curiosity and sense of play by giving him toys with bells and interesting textures.Satisfy his need for exercise by letting him out of the cage for several hours a day under close supervision.Satisfy his need for socialization by giving him your company and attention.Satisfy his "prey" instincts by giving him a box or cat home to run to when he feels stressed or frightened.By satisfying these needs and natural instincts, you will give your rabbit the opportunity to become a truly healthy and happy pet. And by understanding the whole rabbit, you will be able to appreciate your pet for himself, instead of holding him to mythical standards of behavior."
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