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.

14/08/2018

Common Parasites In Exotic Mammals

Just like horses, dogs and cats, exotic animals have a range of microorganisms that live with and on them. Some of these microorganisms are normal, whilst others are dangerous parasites that can cause...
Rabbits need to stay hydrated 05/01/2017

Tips to keep Guinea Pigs & Rabbits Cool this Summer

It is important to keep your furry friends cool in summer. The simple act of putting them in an air-conditioned room or shaded area can make all the difference.
29/04/2016

Urinary Stones and Sludge in Guinea Pigs and Rabbits

Guinea pigs and rabbits are often prone to developing urinary problems, including the development of uroliths (urinary stones) and urinary sludge. We help you understand the signs, risk factors and tr...
19/08/2015

Floppy Bunny Syndrome — Not Such a Poor Prognosis!

Floppy rabbit syndrome is one of the more dramatic and alarming conditions that a rabbit owner can experience. Fortunately, the prognosis for most cases is good with proper supportive care.
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