If you have a long haired bun you will need to give serious thought to grooming.  Long haired buns can quickly become matted without proper care.  Your options are either to find a rabbit savvy pet parlor or learn to do it yourself.  Short haired buns really only need grooming when they are molting.  If your buns are indoor buns they may also need their nails trimmed from time to time.

Buns NEVER should be submerged in water.  They do not have the ability to cough so water in their lungs can quickly lead to infection and death.  They also struggle to regulate body temperature and can take a long time to dry.  They are not able to shake off like a dog.

Rabbit Savvy Groomers

Grooming includes brushing, trimming and or shaving of long haired bunnies and nail clipping. (Short haired buns only need a little brushing in moulting season)

WESTERN CAPE

 

Jeni’s Pet Parlour (Jen van Litsenborgh) – 021 685 2982

Newlands

 

Happy Tails (Louise Basson) – 076 742 5130

Shop 2, Happy Tails, Cape Garden Centre (Luculles Road), Joostenberg vlakte

http://www.dog-care-centre.com/About-us.html

 

Durban

Bunville Rabbit Rescue (Samantha Lee) – 061 974 0592

Hillcrest, Westville, KZN

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BunvilleRabbitRescue/timeline

or alternatively…

Do it yourself

Checkout these awesome DIY YouTube videos by our members, Caitlin and Krysia:

How to groom your angora

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fY9tx9ZdsPY&feature=youtu.be

How to cut your rabbit’s nails

https://youtu.be/UOiOEh18oHI

How to trim your angora

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAC68CVx4iA&feature=youtu.be

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