DID MY RABBIT JUST GROWL AT ME?
For first-time rabbit parents, rabbit growling may not be an experience you expected to encounter.
But rabbits, like other animals, can have behavior issues.
is just one of them.
Why Do Rabbits Growl?
Being prey animals, rabbits tend to be quiet creatures so as not to draw attention to themselves. So if your bun makes any loud noises, it generally means they’re scared or upset.
If you’ve just brought home your new bunny, the chances are high that he is not yet used to your presence. As such, he may see you as a threat, and when you try to pick him up, growling is his way of showing fear.
You can’t readily tell if your rabbit is in pain. Because they’re prey animals, they usually won’t show any indications of weakness.
During mating season, rabbits tend to be more aggressive. They may fight with their companions or with their owners.
Because rabbits love to eat, they can get very protective of their food.
: your scent
Rabbits have a keen sense of smell, making them very sensitive to certain scents, such as perfumes, dust, chemicals, and the scent of other animals.
How to Deal with Rabbit Growling
Pinpointing the cause of your rabbit’s growling will make it easier for you to come up with ways to resolve the problem.
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