How do you wash rabbit fur?


When asked the question of how to wash rabbit fur the first thought that comes to mind is whether or not the rabbit fur still has the rest of the rabbit with it. If the rabbit fur is in the form of a hat or some other product of rabbit fur then it should be taken to a cleaner that knows how to clean fur. If it is truly a rabbit that needs a good washing then a non soaking sponge bath is all that is needed. Rabbits are pretty good at keeping themselves clean.
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1. Moisten a wash cloth or simply your hands with warm water. Make sure there is just enough water to get the rabbit's fur damp. 2. Rub your wash cloth or hands over the rabbit gently
1 Spray your hand with water and pet the rabbit. It's loose excess hair will come off. This is to prevent hairballs. Unlike cats, they cannot cough up hairballs. Ingesting too much
I'm not sure rabbits actually "line their dens" with it, as you said, so much as they shed and it winds up in their dens. Females do, however, pull their hair when preparing
for dead rabbit fur i have good luck with dry carpet cleaning powder ..Put it on ,let it sit & vacumn. For live rabbits, baby shampoo
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How to Wash Rabbit Fur
Rabbits do not usually need you to clean their fur for them, because they clean themselves regularly. Putting your rabbit in a tub of water can cause the rabbit to panic or even go into shock. Water also eliminates the rabbit’s natural body oils,... More »
Difficulty: Easy
Don't wash a rabbit unless they are very filthy. Rabbits are great at staying clean. Rabbits can actually go into shock if they are dunked into water. If you do have to wash it, use a gentle, baby shampoo and about an inch of water in a small tub. You can find more info at:
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