A Little History
The House Rabbit
A Quick Glance -
Spaying & Neutering -
Life Expectancy -
Diet -
Handling -
Grooming -
Bonding -
Litter-Training -
Breeds -
Emergencies -  
Recommended Vets in Singapore -
Common Illnesses -
Preventive Measures -
Care for the Sick -
Air Travel with Rabbits
Pregnancy & Rabbits
General Misconceptions
Why Breeding is Bad
Confronting Animal Abuse



Healthcare for rabbits are of paramount importance as rabbits are fragile little creatures right at the bottom of the food chain.

One of the reasons why they multiply so fast is to keep the species going even when they get eaten, fall sick and die in large numbers.

Now that we have tamed them into house rabbits and made them our pets, their health is our responsibility. While rabbits in the wild usually have a lifespan of 2-5 years, house rabbits are able to live up to 10 years with the correct medical care.

Please take time to read the sections on how to provide appropriate healthcare for your precious pet. It is information that you and your rabbit will thoroughly appreciate at some point.


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