Hay is the staple of a rabbit's diet. A rabbit should be given access to unlimited grass hay, such as Timothy. Give them a fresh handful at least once a day (twice, three times!) and they will be happy and healthy. See House Rabbit Society's website to learn more about the importance of hay and fiber in a rabbit's diet.
Rabbits have a sweet tooth, they will gorge themselves on fruit, juice or anything sugary delicious. It is important to limit the intake of treats and only feed your bunny all natural fruit treats such as dried cranberry, raisins, or bananas. Always feed your bunny unlimited grass hay, and freshen their supply at least once a day. Learn more at House Rabbit Society's website.
Dwarf rabbits are among the most energetic (and mischevioius) of all rabbits. Of course, they are stinkin' cute too! Many people adopt Dwarf rabbits because they are small, thinking that they will be less work. Small does not equal less work with these little crazies! Learn why a big white bunny with red eyes is the ideal pet for some, and a psycho netherland dwarf is the idal pet for others at House Rabbit Society's website.
Here is an example of two rabbits that are getting along very well. Houserabbit society has a lot of really great information on how to bond two bunnies, this video clip shows the result of a successful bonding session. If you are introducing your rabbit to a new friend and one bows its head to the other, this is called "presenting." What the rabbit is saying by bowing its head in such a way is that it would like to be groomed. When the request is met with licking on the forhead, you can consi...