A Hutch of Happiness
Need a pet that’s small, furry and downright adorable? The first response would be cats but if you are allergic, then the ideal alternative would be a fluffy bunny! These quiet creatures are perfect if your neighbours are the sort who would complain about noisy pets. Rabbits also have very distinct personalities. Despite the fact that they do not make as many noises as other pets, rabbits are very affectionate and have personalities that are far from shy and retiring. They bond well with their owners and provide you with comforting companionship. Rabbits are also easily trainable and can be taught a number of things including using the litterbox. Besides their intelligence, trainability and affection, rabbits are also easy to maintain and need much less space than a dog would.
Bunny Up the Goodies
Despite Bugs Bunny being shown devouring truckloads of carrots, your rabbit needs more than this. For a nutritionally balanced diet, they need a mix of good quality commercial pellets and fresh vegetables. They have extremely sensitive stomachs and any nutritional imbalance can be a problem. This is why TLC offers you ZuPreem’s Nature’s Promise Timothy Naturals rabbit pellets. These are made with natural Timothy Hay which is essential for your rabbit’s diet.
If you want to take your rabbit along when you travel, you should consider investing in a safe pet carrier. The small sized carriers from PetMate and Trixie are sturdy, safe and are even IATA approved and so, easily useable for air travel. Ensure that you make the carrier comfortable and cosy for your rabbit. They love burrow-like spaces and so shouldn’t have a problem going in to the crate but just to be sure, you should start getting them comfortable with the pet carrier early on. Crate accessories like water bottles are also useful to keeping your pet happy. With these, you will be able to provide your rabbit with fresh water at all times of the day, an essential for the proper functioning of their digestive system.
We pull Rabbit Accessories out of a Hat! Find what you need at TLC
Got a fussy bunny? Be sure to stop by TLC then! We have everything that you may need to keep your little long-eared friend comfortable. Our stores are open seven days a week so you never have to run out of rabbit food. Stop by our pet store in Bangalore or our pet shop in Delhi. Our pet store in Pune is just as great, if you are in the area. Our stores are pet friendly and you can bring your bunny along to visit! Just remember to bring him or her in safe carriers so the visit is as safe as it is bound to be fun. If you would rather shop for your rabbit carriers and accessories online, then this online pet store is easy to use and provides easy shopping and check out options. Our online services are accompanied by hassle-free delivery services as well. For added convenience, you also have multiple payment options including online payment and cash on delivery.
Do you want more information on a product that you have your eye on? Don’t hesitate to call us, our in-store team is always ready to answer questions about the products we have. If you are looking for a special product and do not see it on our shelves (virtual and physical) let us know what it is and we will try to source it for you! You no longer have to struggle to find the best products for your rabbit, thanks to TLC online shopping for rabbits is an easy-peasy affair.
For a really quick buy, all you have to do is WhatsApp us your order. After a confirmation of payment, we will then deliver it to your home.
Got a Question? Raise a Bunny Paw!
Can I keep just one rabbit at home?
You must remember that rabbits are very sociable and friendly animals. If you are talking about a house rabbit i.e. one that is left loose at home and treated as you would a cat or a dog. Outdoor rabbits need to be kept in pairs or in a group. House rabbits also need a lot of affection and companionship so if you are away for long hours and the bunny is left alone at home, this may not be a good idea. If you work from home or just have a part time job, the rabbit is likely to even behave like a dog would. They tend to stick around – following you from room to room.
What are the things I should consider before I bring a rabbit home?
If you want to get a house rabbit, you should first see if your lifestyle is suitable to bring a bunny home. Remember they need plenty of companionship and affection. They need to be treated as you would a cat or a dog, so they will have a free run of the house and to prevent them from nibbling on wires and other things at home that might be dangerous, you should bunny-proof the house. You should also ensure that you have a reliable vet to consult so you always have someone to take him to if you should need to. Speak to a vet before you bring a bunny home. He or she will be elaborate exactly what is necessary to care for a pet rabbit.