DIY treat - freeze your guinea pig's or bunny's favorite fruit or veggie treat into ice cubes and give them as treats. This helps them cool down on summer days. Remember to always check with your vet before introducing human food to your pets.

DIY treat- put in the ice cube holder foods your pets likes to eat and is aloud to eat such as fruit and vegetables and then pour in cold water. Freeze in the freezer and then feed to your pet. Perfect for hot summer days to cool your pet off!

Cheap and easy DIY toys for small pets. Just use the toilet paper and paper towel rolls you're already throwing out to make affordable toys for chinchillas, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, and other small pets.

Cheap, easy DIY toys for small pets. Just use the toilet paper and paper towel rolls you're already throwing out to make affordable toys for chinchillas, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats and other small pets.

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Our new bunny indoor wood apartment that I made for them, the love sleeping on the shelves :)

Well, no, that's another story: bunny proofing. Let's briefly cover what is food and what is not. Hay - This is th. - Tap the pin for the most adorable pawtastic fur baby apparel! You'll love the dog clothes and cat clothes!

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Safe plants for rabbits nice to know if you have free range pet rabbits.

Herbs for Rabbits- An Introduction

Example: a rabbit could have 1 egg cup of pellets and a pile of hay per day, plus a selection of vegetables. One day it might be a cauliflower leaf and fresh basil/parsley and another day blackberry leaves, fresh grass and a small carrot.

Spiffy Large Indoor Rabbit Hutch Ideas For Keeping Your Pet Rabbit Happy & Healthy!

Large Indoor Rabbit Hutch, DIY Rabbit Cage Ideas & Accessories

Looking for a large indoor rabbit hutch? Whether you want a DIY project or ready made cage this collection is sure to inspire you.


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