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.
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.
Many of the things we have around the house can potentially have devastating consequences for our pets. Some things we can tolerate can be damaging to them.
Autumn Health Advice
Click through to check out our advice on dodging the pet pitfalls of autumn and making sure your beloved pets are happy and healthy during the colder months.
Worms And Your Rabbit
Knowing the signs to look out for can help you make sure your bunny gets treatment quickly, and stays happy and healthy.
Can My Rabbit Be Housed With My Other Pets?
Rabbits are social animals that like to be kept in pairs or groups, find out more about keeping your rabbit with another pet with our guide.
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.
Coccidiosis And Your Rabbit
Learn about the prevention, treatment and early signs of Coccidiosis in rabbits. Companion Care offer professional pet health advice from qualified vets.
Helping Your Pet Cope In Groups Of People
We’d encourage pet owners to make sure their pet is in a safe, warm place, away from any potential stress inducing activity.
Looking After Your Rabbit's Teeth
As rabbit teeth grow throughout their lives, making sure their dental health is looked after is a key part of keeping any rabbit healthy and happy.