4 Tricks To Teach Your BunnyHorde: A Step-By-Guide

Are you looking for ways to entertain your rabbit? Teaching them a few simple tricks can be both rewarding and fun! With patience and consistency, you can have your bunnyhorde following commands in no time. Here are 4 easy tricks that you can teach your rabbit.

1: Teaching the stay command

The first is to teach your rabbit the “stay” command. You can start by saying “stay” while gently placing a hand on his back. If they stay, offer a treat as a reward. Gradually increase the time they have to stay before you give them the treat. Eventually they should be able to stay for several seconds without a treat.

2: Train them to come when called

Another useful trick to teach your rabbit is to come when called. Start by standing close to them and calling their name or saying “come here” excitedly. When they come to you, give them a treat so they know they have done the right thing. Again, increase the distance between you over time until your rabbit will come from anywhere in the room when called!

3: Teach them to jump over obstacles

Jumping is another trick that rabbits love to learn! Start by placing two objects, such as stools or boxes, about 8 inches apart. Encourage them with positive words and rewards every time they make it across without touching either object. Gradually increase the height of the obstacles until they are jumping over small hurdles with ease!

4: Use clicker training

Finally, consider using clicker training methods to reinforce good behaviour with your rabbits. This method involves clicking a small device every time your rabbit does something correctly, followed immediately by a reward such as food or petting. Not only does this method create a positive association, but it also helps to speed up learning – resulting in faster results than traditional methods alone!


Teaching tricks like these can be an enrichment not only for you, but also for your rabbit flock! After all, rabbits need mental stimulation just as much as physical activity – so teaching them tricks is an ideal way to keep them entertained in the long term! With some patience and consistency, even novice owners should be able to get their furry friends successfully trained and performing within weeks – creating lasting memories in the process!

James Norris’s editorial director. He holds a master’s degree in journalism from New York University and a BA in English Language and Literature from Rutgers.