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.
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.
Travelling With Your Rabbit
Learn more about travelling with your rabbit through our top ten tips on stress free travel that's is better for the both of you.
Mites and Your Rabbit
Mites live on the skin of your rabbit, and can make uncomfortable and looking less than their best. Keeping your rabbit mite-free will keep them healthy!
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.
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.
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 handy guide.
Body Condition Scoring
Body condition scoring is a system developed by vets to help you assess if your dog, cat or rabbit is the correct weight.
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.
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.
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.