Top 5 myths about Rabbits – Talky Tails

Top 5 myths about Rabbits
Hello, pet lovers! Today let’s learn more about the cute, chubby pet most of us own, rabbits. Today I’m going to tell you about the myths most of us have about them. Today I will discuss the top 5 myths about rabbits. This will help you greatly if you consider adopting one and can keep you prepared.

Here you see the top 5 myths about rabbits
Rabbits eat only carrots.-The most common myth is rabbits eat only carrots. But the truth is carrots and other fruits are high in sugar and carbohydrates and thus need to be given as treats or in limited amounts. It can lead to an upset digestive system.
Rabbits are stinky and need to bathe at least once a month. -Many people think rabbits are dirty and stinky animals, but rabbits are similar to cats at this point as they always clean themselves. Also, they are self-grooming mammals.
Low maintenance-Most of us believe that rabbits can be kept in cages the whole day and don’t need much attention, but unlike other small pets (hamster, gerbil), rabbits need much more work.
Love to live outside -Most rabbit owners have the myth that their pets can be kept outside the house as animals love to be free rather than have continuous interactions.
Rabbits don’t need vaccinations. -Indoor rabbits don’t need vaccination, and yearly check-ups or no check-ups from the vet are ok with rabbits is a big myth among all the top 5 myths. Rabbits also need vaccinations like dogs, cats, and other pet animals.