bringing home bunny
When you first arrive home with your new bunny, open the pet safe carrier and stick your hand in slowly and comfort them by petting them softly. They may be a bit shy at first because they are in a whole new environment. Make sure to make them feel secure when picking them up. It's important during this time to create a bonding and trusting relationship. Depending on how long your travel time home is, your new bunny may have yellow feet from the urine on the absorbent pad. Never bathe your bunny! If necessary, get a warm wet wash cloth and gently rub their feet clean. Avoid letting your new bunny run all over the house as this can overwhelm them and cause undue stress. Place the bunny inside their new hutch or enclosure and allow bunny to get used to where their things are. Your bunny may be shy or try to hide from you, all bunnies react differently, but slowly try to introduce treats and gentle handling. It make take a few days for your new bunny to warm up to you. Please, be patient and understanding with your new bun because everything is completely new to them! Allow your bunny to set the pace for your new friendship and you and your new bunny will be off to the start of a beautiful friendship!
Welcome to The Jack & Birdie's Little Lagomorphs Family
We offer a lifetime of support to all of our bunny parents here at Jack & Birdie's Little Lagomorphs. What that means is we will be here for you & your bunny for the lifetime of your bunny. If you have any questions or need any bunny advice please don't hesitate to email us. We are here for you!