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It doesn't take an Egghead

(or Eggplant)

to know rabbits need water!

 

Rabbits need plenty of fresh water to stay healthy. 

  • It is a myth that rabbits don't need water.  House rabbits require fresh water available at all times.
  • Heavy crocks and water bottles are both fine to provide water.
  • Change the water everyday and twice a day if you can.
  • Rabbits that eat vegetables rinsed in fresh water will drink less water, but never remove water from your rabbit.  Fresh water should be available all the time.
  • Rabbit urine can change color depending on the food it eats and pigments in the plant.
  • Yellow to red urine is possible.  White urine can be caused by excess calcium.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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