Keeping your pet rabbit healthy takes more than an occasional carrot — it takes a vast amount of experience and skill. This is where we share our years of accumulated knowledge so you can feel more confident as a pet rabbit owner.

Since rabbits are prey in the natural world, their natural instinct is to hide any signs or symptoms of illness, making it crucial to recognise issues as soon as possible. Here, our growing collection of rabbit-dedicated blogs focuses heavily on illnesses to watch for, why it is so important to brush your rabbits, and a host of other topics meant to enlighten and empower you as a rabbit owner.

Rabbit incisor malocclusion blog 28/05/2021

Rabbit Incisor Malocclusion

Incisor malocclusion is a dental condition where the incisors don’t line up correctly and consequently, the normal process of chewing doesn’t wear down the rabbit’s teeth. It is commonly seen in...
17/05/2021

Creating an Indoor Setup for a House Rabbit

Do you own a pet rabbit, or interested in getting one? Follow our step-by-step guide on setting up an appropriate indoor enclosure for rabbits. You'll have the perfect space for your pet bunny in no t...
Rabbit Bloat 22/10/2020

Gastric Dilation (Bloat) In Rabbits

Gastric dilation (commonly known as bloat) is an acute and often life-threatening condition in rabbits that requires immediate veterinary attention. It can cause a perfectly healthy rabbit to become v...
Lop-Eared Rabbits and Ear Disease 23/09/2020

Lop-Eared Rabbits and Ear Disease

Lop-eared rabbits have become very popular pets over the past few decades. These rabbits are born with ears that ‘flop’ over as they grow. Unfortunately, this has led to ear disease becoming commo...
Bonding bunnies blog 11/08/2020

Bonding Bunnies

Introducing a new rabbit into a household with an existing bunny can be like bringing an intruder in from another rabbit warren. The process of introducing two rabbits is known as bonding, which can b...
Caring for rabbits blog 21/06/2020

Caring For Pet Rabbits

Rabbits make wonderful pets! They are generally friendly, curious and cuddly creatures that will quickly become part of the family. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation about the care of ra...
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