Do Rabbits Drink Water?

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Rabbits normally drink water and in fact, fresh water should always be available to your rabbit every time. It can be provided in a spill-proof dish or if possible a water bottle particularly designed for rabbits.
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1. Use the proper vessel. Sipper bottles, like those often used in hamster cages, are available for rabbits. While some rabbits may find it more natural to drink from a bowl. Try
http://www.ehow.com/how_7735164_rabbit-drink-water...
If he does not drink, make sure the water is fresh (no goo on the bottom of the bowl etc) and try mixing with it some unsweetened apple juice to encourage him to try swallowing some
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_rabbit_is_not_drinki...
It keeps you hydrated and flushed all the bad stuff from your body. Sodas and juices are full of sodium and carbs. These are not good for you.
http://answers.ask.com/Food_and_Drinks/Food_and_Co...
The first question would be what is normal water consumption for him? Half a bottle a day, or you only fill it once a week? Once you have that baseline established, then consider
http://en.allexperts.com/q/Rabbits-703/DRINKING-WA...
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