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Hay, what’s it all about?

Fresh hay and/ or grass should make up 80% of your rabbits daily diet. Rabbits teeth continually grow, this means that they require a diet high in naturally abrasive foods to help keep them worn down. Hay, grass and other...

Stop Crowlands Rabbit Farm

UPDATE The application for the Crowlands Rabbit Farm has been refused. The Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund spent some of their funds employing the services of a planning consultant, resulting in well executed objections being raised. Based on the rejection...

Grooming Rabbits

Why do we need to groom our rabbits? Grooming is an essential part of rabbit care and should form part of your regular routine as a rabbit owner.

How to syringe feed your rabbit

Rabbits have very delicate bacteria in their gastrointestinal tract; this means that they need to eat in order to maintain the healthy levels of bacteria. Failure to eat can result in GI stasis and bloat. Both of these are fatal...
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Rat poisoning in rabbits

Rat poisoning in rabbits is reasonably common and is fatal if left untreated. Despite many misconceptions most rat poisonings do not kill instantly. Instead the death is often slow and painful.
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Elongated Incisors – Dental disease in rabbits

Rabbit’s teeth continuously grow; because of this they require a diet high in naturally abrasive and high fibre foods. Grass, hay and other natural plants contain these essential elements. These natural materials are made up of in part silicate phytoliths, lignin and...

Poisoning in Rabbits

Poisoning in rabbits is the ingestion of substances that are toxic. If poisoning occurs immediate medical attention must be sought, this is serious and can result in organ failure and ultimately death.
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Elongated molars- Dental disease in rabbits

Rabbit’s teeth continuously grow; because of this they require a diet high in naturally abrasive and high fibre foods. Grass, hay and other natural plants contain these essential elements. These natural materials are made up of in part silicate phytoliths, lignin and...
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Spurs – Dental disease in rabbits

Rabbit’s teeth continuously grow; because of this they require a diet high in naturally abrasive and high fibre foods. Grass, hay and other natural plants contain these essential elements. These natural materials are made up of in part silicate phytoliths, lignin and...

Syphilis in Rabbits (Treponematosis)

Treponematosis is a bacterial organism closely related to the Syphilis virus. It is a sexually transmitted disease that is specific to rabbits and can not be passed on to humans. If diagnosed and treated early, a course of antibiotics is usually...
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Rabbit ear movement

Rabbits have very good hearing which they rely heavily on as prey species. A rabbit’s ear movement can tell you a lot about what is going on and how they are feeling.

Cardiomyopathy in Rabbits

Cardiomyopathy is a disease of the heart muscle; it is a collection of conditions that combined affects the heart’s ability to pump blood around the body. Cardiomyopathy is commonly seen in domestic rabbits and can be fatal in not treated.