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Give toys to your rabbit. You can make or purchase many toys to give your rabbit. Anything from cardboard tubes to puzzle toys can be a lot of fun for a rabbit. Learn more about how to find toys that your rabbit will want to play with. Grooming your rabbit (and letting them groom you).
Keep them as close to your body as you can, bend your knees and squat down, and lower your rabbit to the ground still in your secure grip. Put them down gently and if they don’t run off straight away, give them a head scratch so that they will know you’re still their best friend and you love them.
Always hold a rabbit gently but firmly and use the minimum level of restraint necessary. Always supervise children, and never pick up a rabbit by their ears. Rabbits are naturally sociable and inquisitive, so developing a good relationship with them can be rewarding for both of you.
Wrap your left arm around the outside of the rabbit while using your left hand to continue to securely hold the rabbit’s hind legs under it. Place your right hand gently over the bunny’s neck, ready to get a hold of the scruff should the bunny move suddenly.
Lash recommends that if you have children, to wait until they are at least 8-years-old before having a rabbit as a pet as an older child can more easily understand proper handling of the rabbit.