Keeping your rabbit happy is very important for developing a great relationship with your rabbit.Â In order to keep your rabbit happy, she needs to be in a safe, secure place to feel comfortable and form a good relationship with their owners. By providing an environment that is enclosed, quiet, and in an area that is not hectic, your rabbit will be happy, healthy, and able to have a great relationship with you.
Rabbits need to feel safe and secure and by having an enclosed area for your rabbit to escape to is very important, whether your rabbit is an outdoor or indoor rabbit.Â To begin with, have a secure and durable home for your rabbit to stay in, such as the Premium + Double Decker Hutch.Â This hutch has a private, enclosed area for your rabbit to hop into for safety if needed and is perfect for an outdoor area.Â For wire cages that are inside your home, it is a good idea to offer your rabbit a hut, such as the Woodland Get-A-Way Pet Playhouse, to hop into for comfort and a quiet place to get away.
Rabbits also need a place that is quiet and away from loud to feel comfortable for bonding with you.Â It is a good idea to keep your rabbit and her home away from loud areas and people that are loud.Â If you have children, help them to bond with your rabbit by teaching them to speak softly and be gentle with your rabbit.Â Never scream or yell around your rabbit.Â This will only scare your rabbit and make it hard on your relationship.
Keep your rabbit’s cage or hutch in an area that is not hectic.Â An enclosed area outside that will have some visitors, but not a lot of traffic is ideal.Â If your rabbit is an indoor rabbit, put the cage in a quiet corner of your living room or another room that will have some visitors, but not a lot of chaos.
By providing your rabbit a secure and quiet living space, you rabbit will be happy and be able to easily bond with you.