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  • Check your Lawn for Bunnies!

    Check Your Lawn for Bunnies Before You Mow! Most of us expect wild bunnies to be cuddled up safely in a deep, safe burrow. Sadly, this isn’t always the case. Sometimes the bunnies can be huddled up on top of the lawn. These cute bundles of fluffiness are sometimes hidden beneath old patches of dead grass. They can easily be

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  • It’s Time to Improve your Rabbit Grooming Game

    Rabbit grooming is a fantastic way of building a bond.  It’s an important part of being a rabbit owner that needs to start as soon as your rabbit has settled into their new home. Grooming should take place all year round and continue throughout the life of your pet.  While grooming can help build a strong relationship together, it does

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  • Rabbit Awareness Week Theme Announced

    Rabbit Awareness Week 2017 The theme for the11th annual Rabbit Awareness Week has been announced. This year the main focus will be on the importance of feeding fresh grass and hay to help the dental, digestive and emotional health of these wonderful pets.  Rabbits need to eat plenty of grass and hay. In fact, 85 to 90% of the diet

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  • Plea to Improve the Lives of Rabbits Raised for Food

    Rabbit owners are becoming more aware of the conditions that are considered adequate for their pets. Sadly, there are far too many domestic rabbits being kept in cages that are far too small. Gradually, the situation is changing, thanks to improved information and social sharing. The lives of domestic rabbits are improving, but now the fight is being turned towards

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  • Rabbit Friendly Housing Musts

    Many rabbit hutches are too small and by no means rabbit friendly. Here are some things to consider before you buy a cage or accept one being offered for sale online or in local classified ads. The bigger the hutch the better. At least the hutch should measure H2 x W2 x L6 foot. The hutch needs to be big

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  • Don’t Neglect Your Rabbit This Winter

    The colder weather has arrived and parts of the UK have ‘enjoyed’ snow and gales during this week. It’s not pleasant out there but that’s no excuse to neglect pet rabbits. You might want to stay inside and feel that your rabbit will be okay for one more day, but he won’t. Rabbits need looking after in all weather conditions,

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  • Christmas Gifts for Rabbits

    Don’t leave your bunny out of the fun, they love treats just as much as you! Today we’re sharing 5 Christmas gifts your rabbits will love to find under the tree (or in their hutch) on Christmas morning. A Lot of Soil! Most people don’t like their rabbits to dig in the garden and for good reason; they do like

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  • 5 Winter Care Tips for Your Rabbits

    It’s cold and it’s only getting colder. We’ve had the first storm of the season and there are going to be more. While we are tucked up inside our cosy houses, many rabbits are left shivering in their small hutches. Sadly, many rabbits won’t make it through this winter, but you can do something to help by ensuring your rabbit

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  • Rabbits Play an Important Role in Recovery

    Rabbits Honoured on International Rabbit Day  Rabbits have been praised for the role they play in the rehabilitation of those who are dealing with mental health issues, fighting addiction and post-traumatic stress. Two bunnies have been celebrated by Gloucester House in Highworth. The two bunnies, Wilson and Ebby were named after the founders of the AA. Gloucester House, a Salvation

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