Rabbits may be quiet creatures who keep themselves to themselves, but that doesn’t mean you can forget about them! Caring for rabbits means giving them lots of love and attention, and our expert advice will tell you all the key information you need to know.
Choosing Your New Rabbit
It can be tempting to think of rabbits as being fairly generic, but there are 62 different rabbit breeds registered with the British Rabbit Council.
Osteoarthritis, often referred to just as arthritis, is a painful disease caused by wear and tear of a joint. It makes movement difficult and sore.
How To Keep Rabbits Active
No one wants a bored rabbit, especially as it puts them at risk of health problems. Here are a few ideas to keep your pet stimulated and active.
Neutering Your Rabbit
Getting your rabbit neutered or spayed can help make your pet less aggressive whilst also preventing any unwanted pregnancies.
Your rabbit needs to be groomed regularly. Regular brushing keeps your bunny’s coat in great condition, preventing the formation of matts.
Housing Your Rabbit
Explore our rabbit accommodation advice which includes hutches and enclosures, and others, but whichever you choose, it must be warm, dry and safe.
E. Cuniculi And Your Rabbit
E. cuniculi is a microscopic brain and kidney parasite. While many rabbits can carry the parasite and show no signs, others can develop deadly disease.
Litter Training Your Rabbits
It’s more difficult to house train a non-neutered rabbit as they have a stronger inclination to mark in the house. Speak to your local vet today.
Bringing Your Rabbit Home
Making sure you have everything you need to get your bunnies settled in on their first day is a great way to keep them healthy and happy.
Fleas and Your Rabbit
Although rabbits get fleas less frequently than their cat or dog counterparts, they can catch the itchy critters from other family pets or from wild rabbits.