Rabbits and Chickens: Can They Live Safely Together?

A chicken and a hen together in a grassy field. They're facing away from the camera.

Rabbits and chickens have a lot in common. They both like company, their housing needs are similar, and they both also need their own space to retreat to when they’re feeling nervous. At the same time, keeping chickens and rabbits together raises some health and safety issues for both. So, can bunnies and chickens house-share? […]

Do Rabbits Need Shots? 3 Essential Vaccinations to Protect Your Bunny

a rabbit receiving an injection from a vet

Do rabbits need shots? Do you really need to vaccinate your rabbits? Depending on where you live, vaccination may or may not be required by law. But even if it’s not, the appropriate shots can protect your rabbits against VHD/RHD and Myxomatosis, and can help your rabbits live longer, healthier lives.

Do Rabbits Bite? Understanding Why Your Bunny Bites and How to Stop It.

two grey longhair rabbits yawning and showing their teeth

The short answer is yes. Rabbits bite and rabbit bites can be both painful and serious. More important questions, though, are why they bite, and how a rabbit owner can reduce the chance of a bite before it happens. It’s also important to know how to treat a bite to yourself or to another pet.

Can Rabbits Vomit? Your Essential Guide To Rabbit Digestion

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Can rabbits vomit? The question may sound strange, but the truth is, rabbits cannot vomit, and that can present special challenges for your bunny. Rabbit owners should be aware that, in addition to being incapable of vomiting, rabbits have a digestive system that is very different from ours. Here’s what that means, for you and for your pet rabbit.

Rabbit Welfare | Rabbit Hutches and How They Should be Used

One of the most important things for a happy, healthy rabbit is a spacious enclosure. Rabbit hutches sometimes get bad press. And it’s true that keeping a rabbit locked up in a hutch — any hutch — 24/7 is mistreatment, plain and simple.

How to Rehome a Rabbit

two brown and white rabbits. One standing on hind legs, the other sitting next to it.

It’s not always easy to rehome your rabbit. Your local vet can suggest a rescue centre, but the process isn’t always straightforward. Here’s how to give your pet the best chance.

Rabbit Nail Clipping | Your Guide In 6 Easy Steps

Rabbits’ nails, like their teeth, are continually growing. Wild rabbits wear down their nails by digging burrows and running over rough ground. But pet rabbits often need a trim, otherwise, their long nails may catch on things, or curl under and cause sore hocks.