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    Common Rabbit Behaviors

    Whether you decide to let your rabbit roam free in your entire home or just a limited area, it is important that you make everything rabbit-proof. One little bunny can easily find a whole lot of trouble in an average home.

    Chewing

    Chewing is part of a rabbit’s natural behavior. Because rabbits like to chew, make sure that all electrical cords are out of reach and outlets are covered. Chewing through a plugged-in cord can result in severe injury or even death to the rabbit, and it can be unsafe to have damaged electrical wiring in a home. Rabbits chewing can also result in poisoning if the wrong objects are left in the open or in unlocked low cabinets. Aside from obvious toxins like insecticides, rodenticides, and cleaning supplies, be aware that common plants such as aloe, azalea, Calla lily, Lily of the Valley, philodendron, and assorted plant bulbs can be poisonous to rabbits.

    Rabbits' chewing habit doesn’t have to be destructive if the rabbit is provided with the right things to chew. To keep rabbits active and amused, you may want to put untreated wood blocks or cardboard in their cages. Tractor Supply Co. carries specially made rabbit chew toys and chewing treats rabbits love. Bowls, balls and rings made of willow wood are also good for rabbits to chew on. You can also use paper-towel rolls, toilet-paper rolls and other chewable cardboard materials that can be tossed in the trash once they’ve served their purpose. Avoid giving rabbits sharp objects with edges, loose parts or soft rubber that rabbits could chew into pieces and swallow.