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This video will show rabbit care and how to bunny proof your home. Similar to the requirements parents might face in child ...
proofing their home, the same can be said for bunny proofing one's home.
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Hi, my name is Aileen Carol Hogspot, with Friends of Rabbits, I’m talking about how to care for your rabbit, and today we are going to discuss bunny proofing your home. In front of me, you’ll see an array of things, toys that we’ve talked about in previous clip. Bunny proofing involves not only giving them options of things that approved, but it also means preventing them from finding other things in your home that may not be bunny proof. You’ll find quickly that your rabbits like to chew everything, even things you didn’t think that they want to, for instance corners of your walls in your house. So what you can use is, plastic guards like this to protect that corner so that doesn’t happen. Wires in your home could easily be chewed by a rabbit if they’re able to gain access to that wire sitting under your table or under your bed. Obviously it’s not a good idea for rabbits to be biting on low voltage. It’s hazardous to their health. There are options that you can look at for taking care of protecting your wires that you have in your household. For instance, even some plastic tubing that you could use to protect those wires, and encase them can still be chewed on but what it does is it allows you to have some extra time to prevent them from actually getting to the wires, allows you to replace it later. There are some other options of tubing that you can use for cables such as this, a rabbit, if they work hard enough will be able to get into it, but for the meantime, you can slip your wire in and protect it and keep an eye on it to see if a rabbit has started chewing or trying to chew through the plastic tubing. Some plastic tubing, you have to be careful of, it does allow for gaps in it, and that will allow more access to those same wires that you’re trying to protect them from finding. Carpet is another thing that they like to dig and chew on, for instance, I’m holding a porcelain square which could easily be put in a corner of a room where perhaps they like digging the carpet off from the edges, pulling it up, this porcelain tablet is obviously heavy enough for them, where they can't kick it up or pull it up and that will protect your carpet. Obviously toys are a distraction that is what we suggest, we don’t want you have to take everything out of your house, but if you give them fun toys, like this, you’ll end up having fun toys, they get eaten to shreds, but the rabbit enjoys it, so do you, because they’re not getting anything you didn’t want them to have. Lots of the toys will get eaten in pieces and keep providing them more toys, coz that shows you that they’re making the right choices of what they’re choosing to bite. Instead of biting your books, which maybe sitting on your book shelf, in turn, toys are your options to keep them away from things you don’t want them to find. And bunny proofing your home is very important and these are just some steps on how to make that happen.