22nd Jun2013

Why are Rabbits A Children-Friendly Pet?

by Chad

Pets always play a huge role in one’s personality development. In the recent times, the love for pets has seen a steady surge and people just love growing and taking care of pets at their residences. People before buying a pet for themselves look whether they have children at their place and whether the pet would harm their kid or not. Considering all these, if you are still confused about which pet to buy, fear not. Pushing aside all the speculations, one can choose rabbits as their pets. Rabbits are those kinds of pets that are harmless and equally fun loving. There are umpteen breeds of rabbits for the kids to play with. One of the most important factors about a rabbit is that it does not shed its fur like cats and dogs.
Is your child asking for a pet that is furry like dogs and cats? Then, considering their safety, the best option is to go for Deilenaar Rabbit. This breed of Rabbit is from Netherlands weighing about two to three kilograms. Rabbits usually consume vegetarian food which is an added advantage while considering how much you need to spend on other pets. Also, these occupy much less space than that of a dog. On buying a rabbit as a pet, you must have the basic knowledge about their lifestyle so that you can understand their eating habits.
Another better option is to go for a pet is Belgian hare. This type of rabbit resembles a hare and has been developed through selective breeding. The Belgian hare is considered to be one of the most intelligent and energetic of the lot. Being energetic, this particular breed needs to be fed more frequently. With efficient training, these rabbits respond when their names are called. Also, while thinking of buying rabbits, do not go for the caged ones. They might not turn out to be the energetic rabbits that you need.


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