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Exercise - keeping your rabbit fit

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Susan Brown


Exercise - keeping your rabbit fit

Well meaning but poorly informed people may describe rabbits as easy to keep because they can be caged and don't take up much space. This idea has led to many rabbits being caged most of their lives resulting in both physical and behavioural disorders.

Exercise is vital for the health of the rabbit

Rabbit ancestors

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Problems caused by lack of exercise

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Poor bone density

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Poor muscle tone

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Gastrointestinal and urinary function

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Behavioural Problems

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