Is it best to have more than one rabbit?
Rabbits are naturally social animals and normally prefer the company of another rabbit. A good combination is a neutered male and a neutered female. A...More details
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
Can my rabbit live with a guinea pig?
Absolutely NOT! Bunnies have very strong hind legs, so they can accidentally injure their smaller companions. Rabbits also carry bacteria which can ca...More details
Ideally, how many rabbits should I have?
Rabbits are social animals and being on their own can have a negative impact. Whilst bunnies love spending time with their owners, they are more comfo...More details
Is it ok to keep rabbits in groups?
In the wild rabbits often congregate in warrens, so it’s great if you can keep them in groups. Having a group of bunnies can however be harder to ac...More details
How should I introduce a new rabbit to our home?
You need to be patient when introducing a new bunny to the fold. To start off, you need to keep the rabbits in separate homes but allow them access to...More details
How can I stop my rabbits from fighting?
If you rush the introduction of your rabbits, then they are more likely to fight with each-other. The RSPCA suggests a gradual introduction process so...More details
What happens if one of my rabbits dies?
When one of your paired rabbits dies, it can be particularly traumatic for their companion. It is normal for the remaining rabbit to act a little stra...More details
Why should my rabbit have a companion?
In the wild, rabbits live together in warrens. It is a good idea to try to replicate that of the wild rabbit and ensure your rabbit can enjoy the comp...More details