Do you need to feed your rabbit pellets in addition to hay?
You can feed your rabbit good quality, high fibre pellets or nuggets in small quantities. However, hay and/or grass are much more important and should...More details
I have been feeding my rabbits a muesli-based diet, is this the right food to be feeding my rabbit?
The study showed that muesli-type diets encourage selective feeding, where rabbits enjoy the high starch/sugar element of the muesli. This increases t...More details
Can you feed your rabbit lawnmower cuttings?
This is an absolute NO-NO! This will upset their digestive system and make your rabbit ill!More details
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
Is there anything I can’t feed my rabbit?
The question what can I feed my rabbit would be much easier - the list of what NOT to feed your rabbit is unlimited! With vegetables for i...More details
I’ve got a hutch and an exercise run, what else do I need to make my rabbit happy and healthy?
A water bottle should be available 24/7 and even a little bowl of water placed in the enclosure. To keep your rabbits comfortable and cosy they need b...More details
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
How many times a week should I clear out my rabbit’s litter box?
Your rabbit’s toilet area should be cleaned every day, whilst their whole home should be thoroughly cleaned approximately once a week. Cleaning out ...More details
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My rabbit is lifeless and is not eating much – what is wrong?
A sudden change in the behaviour of your rabbit is usually a sign that something is wrong. If your rabbit seems lethargic or lifeless, you should call...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
- Do I need to neuter my rabbit?
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