Rabbits’ nails should be trimmed about every month to six weeks. Wrapping your bunny in a small towel can help when trimming your rabbits’ rails one paw at a time. Cheap cat nail trimmers work fine. The only important instruction is to find the pink “quick” in the nail, and don’t trim too close. Flour, cornstarch or blood-stop powder can help if you accidentally nick the quick. Just trim the sharp tip until you get the hang of it, or have your vet's groomer help you.
Brushing your bunny every couple of weeks will help remove lose fur and prevent knots in their fur. When your rabbits start molting (hair is being shed everywhere), brush your rabbit daily until the molt has ended. This will help prevent your bunny from ingesting too much fur.