My rabbit looks bored – what can I do to help?
A large and secure environment is key to reducing boredom as it gives your rabbit mental and physical stimulation. They are unlikely to feel trapped a...More details
- Do I need to neuter my rabbit?
Do rabbits need lots of exercise?
Your rabbit should ideally have the same amount of exercise as a wild rabbit or at least three hours of free-range time each day – this lets them ha...More details
My rabbit is very lively at night – is that normal?
Yes, this is completely normal. Rabbits tend to be lively first thing in the morning, late afternoon and overnight. Delightful, eh!More details
My rabbit’s behaviour has changed over the last few days, he keeps over-grooming himself and doesn’t move very much.
Any signs of a change of behaviour need to be taken seriously. Your bunny could be bored, ill, injured or distressed! Hiding, chewing cage bars, ove...More details
Do I need to microchip my rabbit?
If you can, we would advise that you should get your rabbit a microchip. Just as cats and dogs can, it is possible your rabbit may run off unexpectedl...More details
Why do rabbits hide?
As rabbits are prey animals, their natural response to danger and loud noises is to hide. If your rabbit is continually hiding, it could be because th...More details
How can I tell if my rabbit is worried?
If your rabbit is laying in a crouched position this is the first sign that they are worried. Their body may also be tense, with their pupils dilated ...More details
- How can I tell if my rabbit is happy and content?
How much interaction should I have with my rabbits?
Rabbits are usually very friendly and enjoy interaction with humans! Make sure you make lots of time to play and interact with your bunnies – they w...More details
Are rabbits aggressive towards humans?
Whilst rabbits are not aggressive by nature, they can bite, scratch or kick if nervous or frightened. This is most likely to happen when being handled...More details
How do I know if my rabbit is angry?
If you spend enough time with your bun, it becomes easier to learn signs showing their different moods - both good and not-so-good! One key sign of an...More details