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Bunny Care Supplies

Food

Pellets & Hay

Bunny pellets should be all green - no seeds, puffs, corn, etc. Limit pellets to 1/4 cup per 5lbs of bunny per day.

Unlimited fresh grass hay should always be available for bunny to eat. Good choices are timothy, orchard, brome, oat, or bermuda. Do not feed alfalfa hay to bunny.

Oxbow pellets and & hay available at:

American Pet Diner pellets & hay

Compounding Pharmacies

Compounding pharmacies can add bunny-favorite flavorings to medications to make them easier to administer. An example is banana-flavored Baytril. Your veterinarian must call in any prescriptions.

  • Taylor's Pharmacy
    306 Park Ave S, Winter Park
    (407) 644-1025
    FREE Delivery (will ship overnight)

Supplies

Litter

SAFE litters for bunny

  • Feline Pine ORIGINAL (grocery stores)
  • Carefresh (pet stores)
  • Pine Pellets (often called horse stall pellets - 40 lb bags very reasonably priced)
  • UNSAFE litters for bunny
  • Pine and cedar shavings - these products are known to cause respiratory problems.
  • Do not use any cat litter other than regular Feline Pine.
  • Clumping litters are dangerous for bunnies.

Books

We recommend the following books as being excellent for house rabbit care and health information.

  • Toys

Updated - 03.02.17

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House Rabbit
Handbook

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The Relaxed
Rabbit - Book

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Rabbit Health in
the 21st Century

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The Relaxed
Rabbit - DVD

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Order your bunny food from Orlando Pet Pantry. First time purchasers mention ORCA and Pet Pantry will send us a donation.

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