Menu
 
Horses
 
  •  
    Horses
  •  
    Dairy
     
  •  
    Dairy
  •  
    Goats
     
  •  
    Goats
  •  
    Cattle
     
  •  
    Cattle
  •  
    Backyard Poultry
     
  •  
    Backyard Poultry
  •  
    Swine
     
  •  
    Swine
  •  
    Rabbits
     
  •  
    Rabbits
  •  
    Wildlife
     
  •  
    Wildlife
  •  
    Exotics
     
  •  
    Exotics
  •  
    Show Animals
     
  •  
    Show Animals
  •  
    The Better the Nutrition, the Better the Rabbit.

     FEATURED RABBIT ARTICLES 

    Lessons from the Farm

    What we’ve learned can help you care for your rabbits and make them feel safe and happy.

    Purina Animal Nutrition Expert

    Committed to Making the Best Possible Feeds Calcu...

    Mikelle Roeder, Ph.D.

    Common Rabbit Diseases

    Purina Animal Nutrition Expert

    Rabbit Club of America

     FEEDING CHARTS  

    Guidance to ensure optimal feeding results for your rabbits – the right feed and the right amounts.

    Information from Our Rabbit Experts

    Animal experts at the Purina Animal Nutrition Center share their knowledge about rabbits.

    Q
    What should I do if one or more of my rabbits become ill?
    A
    Immediately remove and isolate any rabbits displaying disease symptoms. The isolation room should be in a separate building, preferably downwind of your rabbitry. Simply putting animals displaying disease symptoms at one end of your existing rabbitry is NOT adequate to prevent disease transmission. Also isolate/quarantine any new rabbits or rabbits that have left the rabbitry and are returning. Quarantine should last a minimum of 30 days. It is not uncommon for there to be a rash of disease outbreaks after a large show, primarily due to the stress of traveling and the lack of post-show quarantine.