SUPPLIES

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I use these, but you can also use an NIC grid cage, DIY cage, or free roam, as long as its at least 10sq ft.

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I use mostly cardboard boxes, but I also 

recommend these

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I use this litter box, but anything that is the right size will work.

For litter I use puppy pee pads on the bottom covered in aspen shavings, and I put lots of hay on top of the shavings.

Litter Boxes and Litter
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I use small animal ceramic dished as food dishes and ceramic dog dishes for water. Some of my rabbits also have ramekins for their pellets.

Water and Food Dishes
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I use mostly natural chew toys, but i also use plastic cat balls with bells inside. Always supervise your rabbit when they are playing with non-natural toys.

Toys
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I use Timothy Hay, but you can use orchard grass or oat grass hay too. Avoid Alfalfa for any rabbits over 6 months, since it has a high calcium content and can cause bladder stones.

Hay
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I feed mostly Romaine and Green Leaf Lettuce, and mix other veggies in randomly. This is a link that shows safe veggies/fruits.

Veggies
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I personally use these Purina pellets, but i would recommend 

Oxbow pellets. If you do go with Purina only use the Show formula, like i do. The others aren't healthy.

Pellets
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Cat nail clippers are the best. You will want to use manual ones, since electric ones can scare your rabbit. If you aren't comfortable cutting your rabbit's nails check my services.

Nail Clippers
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I use the Hair Buster comb more than any of my other brushes. It works great at getting loose fur and the rabbits don;t mind it at all. Its also very durable.

Brush
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I have used lots of different carriers. Wire carriers are great if you have multiple bunnies, but if you only have one a hard-sided carrier is a great option too. This Ibiyaya carrier has lots of different functions and is my recommendation. 

Carrier
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This is very important for emergencies, since rabbits are so fragile and a "small cold" could be life-threatening. Here is a link to what all should be in a med kit.

Emergency Kit