Free expert advice for rabbit owners
How to spot if your rabbit has blocked tear ducts
Blocked tear ducts (Dacryocystitis) is an abnormal flow of tears from your rabbit's eyes.
Poisonous food and plants for small pets
There are several foods and plants that can be poisonous to small animals. Take a look at our list below of foods and plants to avoid.
Make your own: fibrevore Christmas wreath
These festive wreaths are perfect for keeping your fibrevore's teeth and digestive system healthy, and they look great too! You can gift these to your rabbits, guinea pigs, degus, or chinchillas this Christmas.
Make your own: fibrevore Christmas cracker
These lovely, natural crackers are easy to make and perfect for your pet fibrevores, such as rabbits, guinea pigs, degus or chinchillas this Christmas.
Rabbit e-learning course
A self led e-learning course suitable for anyone with pet rabbits, who works with rabbits, or who would simply like to learn more.
Rabbit e-learning family workshop
This essential family workshop explores the basic needs of a rabbit. You’ll learn everything you need to know about how to keep your rabbits happy and healthy.
An introduction to rabbits
Rabbits are inquisitive and adventurous pets. They love a spacious environment to explore, a rabbit friend for company, and tasty food to graze on.
How many rabbits should you keep?
Rabbits are extremely social animals who depend on the companionship of other rabbits for security and comfort.
Why rabbits need vaccinating
Vaccinating your pet rabbits is now more important than ever due to the rapid spread of VHD2.
What to consider before getting rabbits
Rabbits are often a favourite with families. Getting two rabbits is ideal.
Your rabbits' health: what to look out for
Make sure you health check your rabbits weekly and look out for any changes in their behaviour every day – rabbits can be very good at hiding any health issues until they are really suffering.