What is the difference between Alfalfa and Timothy Hay?
Alfalfa hay is high in minerals such as calcium and protein, and so it is ideal for baby rabbits from 3 weeks to 7 months. However, it does not have e...More details
What Is GI Stasis?
GI Stasis is also known as a rabbit's 'silent killer'. GI Stasis is when food is not moving through your rabbit’s gut as quickly as normal. The cont...More details
What are the most common ailments that rabbits suffer from?
As a rabbit's teeth grow continuously throughout their life, problems with a their dental health often occur. The best way to ensure they wear down na...More details
My rabbit has a sticky bottom – should I be worried?
Healthy rabbits do not get sticky bottoms. Amazingly, rabbits produce two kinds of poo. One kind of poo is like a small, round and dry pellet. The oth...More details
Is lettuce good for my rabbit’s digestion?
It is advised to avoid lighter coloured lettuce when choosing food for your rabbit. The darker, more fibrous varieties such as romaine lettuce can be ...More details
Why do rabbits eat their own poo?
In a sense, rabbits are natural recyclers - who knew they were so environmentally conscious! There are two types of poo produced by bunnies: the hard ...More details
Can I feed my rabbit lawnmower cuttings?
This is an absolute NO-NO. Doing this will upset their digestive system and make your rabbit ill - stick to timothy hay!More details
What is the most nutritional diet to feed your rabbit?
As Timothy hay is so high in nutritional content, it is the ideal hay to feed your bun. If most of the dust has been extracted, it should be sweet-sme...More details
Why is Timothy hay so beneficial to a rabbit’s diet?
Long stem Timothy hay is also essential for wearing down their teeth naturally. A shocking fact is that rabbits' teeth can grow 8-10 inches per year. ...More details