For other rabbits-
A rabbit grooming table is a great addition to any rabbitry. Its a convenient
and safe place to groom your rabbit. Many tables have storage boxes located on them, to store brushes, combs, and other grooming
supplies. It is important that when turning your rabbit on a table like this, that you lift the rabbit off the table, otherwise
its nails may get caught on the table, resulting in broken or removed nails.
A slicker brush should be used to remove loose fur from your rabbit. It
does a great job and is gentle on your rabbits tender skin. Matted areas of your rabbit can be removed with a wire comb. Be
careful not to harm your rabbit when removing mats. Severe matting can be carefully removed with blunt scissors or shaving.
Rabbits should be brushed frequently, especially during a molt. Rabbits
will ingest loose hair, which can cause intestinal problems. To prevent blockage give lots of timothy hay.
Additionally you can wet your hands slightly, and run then across the rabbits
back. This will remove additional amounts of loose hair. DO NOT GIVE RABBITS BATHS!