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Follow our 6 tips to keep an eye on your rabbits’ health and help them to stay in tip top condition and live a long and healthy life.  Read more

It is very rewarding seeing your rabbit play and socialise, be it with another rabbit, guinea pig or even you! Read our advice on socialising them.  Read more

Ever wonder what you should be feeding your rabbit and how often? Read our advice to ensure your rabbit is getting the right food and the right amount.  Read more

Flystrike is a potentially fatal condition which occurs when flies lay their eggs around a rabbit's anus. Understand the symptoms, causes and treatment of flystrike in rabbits.  Read more

There are several different species of mites, however the most common one to affect rabbits is Cheyletiella which causes mange. This article explains what mites are and how you can treat them.  Read more

Myxomatosis is a nasty, highly contagious viral disease which is endemic in the wild rabbit population in the UK. The disease is often fatal and it is spread by blood-sucking insects, such as fleas and mosquitoes, and by contact with infected rabbits.  Read more

Fleas are small, black blood-sucking insects that measure 1-3mm in length and are one of the most common parasites found on rabbits. In fact, nearly all rabbits will suffer from a flea infestation at some point in their lives.  Read more

It’s time for the children to go back to school and maybe it’s time for your pets to do likewise! Here's how you can get your rabbits started on a new activity to stimulate brain cells after the summer.  Read more

Rabbits are a popular choice for a pet, living either outdoors in a hutch or in the house as a house rabbit. Regardless of where you choose to house your rabbit, there are a few basic tips to learn to give your rabbit a fun and healthy life.  Read more

We have just got to share a link to the BBC film of some show jumping rabbits, who are training for the talented pets competition at the Show.  Read more