Can You Give a Pet Rabbit a Bath?


You can give a pet rabbit a bath. This will help to remove loose hair as well as urine. You need to use lukewarm water while bathing it but you can also add just a touch of Johnson's Baby Shampoo.
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You should avoid bathing a rabbit if possible. If you have to do it be sure to keep all water away from his nose and mouth. Dry the rabbit completely after the bath so they do not get chilled. You can find more information here:
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1. Fill a bathroom or kitchen sink with about two inches of lukewarm water. Mix a capful of non-allergenic pet shampoo into the water. There are shampoos made specifically for rabbits
1 If your rabbit will like being in water lay a large cloth down in your sink, so that the rabbit can get traction and stand up . 2 Rinse your rabbit with warm water . 3 Next shampoo
The only reason to give a rabbit a bath is if it's messy and can't clean itself. Healthy rabbits groom themselves. Rabbits do not normally need baths. If your rabbit is messy, that
Fill sink with about 2"of lukewarm water. Mix
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