Looking After Your Rabbit

Rabbits are a very popular family pet. Though they may seem like an easy, low maintenance pet (which they are, in some respects), rabbits do still require a lot of care and attention, which means that you must be sure that you have the time and resources to be able to care for them properly. Read More

What to consider before buying your first rabbit

  They’re soooo cute and it’s easy to see why rabbits appeal to so many people (and children) as potential pets. Rabbits can make great additions to your household but as with any pet, they are a big commitment and if you are thinking of getting one, here’s some of the things you need to consider Read More

What type of rabbit should you choose and which breed?

Are you looking for a pet rabbit but not sure where best to start? Not all rabbits are the same so it can be quite challenging to choose the “right” one. Certain types of rabbit won’t suit a household with young children due to their character, while others are likely to suffer from health complaints, Read More

Keeping Outdoor Rabbits Safe in Cold Weather

  Keeping outdoor rabbits safe in cold weather should still be top of mind with icy blasts possible over the coming weeks.  Rabbits could be adversely affected if they primarily lives outdoors and you haven’t taken steps to protect them from the harsh effects. Here are some tips for keeping outdoor rabbits happy and safe during the colder months. Read More

Pet Shows 2018

Whether you have a cat, dog, rabbit, horse or any other pet in between, there is sure to be a UK pet show for you in 2018. You may be a pet owner wanting to learn about the newest pet-care products, a potential pet owner looking to learn more about owning a pet, or an animal Read More

What Does It Cost to Keep a Pet?

Owning a pet can be massively rewarding but unfortunately, it doesn’t come free. Research from Sainsbury’s pet insurance has indicated that the average costs of keeping a pet can exceed £17,000 over their lifetime so it’s no wonder that they feel like such a big part of the family! There are quite a few costs Read More

Antifreeze Poisoning – Spot the Signs in your Pet

As the weather gets colder, the use of antifreeze in the mornings is going to become more frequent. In turn, this means that there is a higher chance of your pet accidentally ingesting antifreeze, as when it drips out of car radiators the liquid often runs into puddles that your pet may drink. Even the Read More

World Animal Day – How Can You Help to Raise Money for Animal Welfare Across the World?

It’s World Animal Day on October 4th, and this is a big date for your diary if you’re interested in animal welfare and are looking for an opportunity to do your bit for animals around the world. Perhaps you’d like to raise awareness of an animal welfare issue that is close to you heart? Or Read More

Top Tips for Your Pet on Firework Night

Animals tend to have much better hearing than humans, which means that things often sound much louder to them. The loud bangs and whistles that they are exposed to when fireworks are let off can cause them a lot of distress, and can be very frightening and even painful. The run-up to Bonfire Night therefore Read More

Why Rabbits Shouldn’t Eat “Rabbit Food”

Did you know that what we often refer to as “rabbit food” is actually something of a myth? Rabbits can eat carrots and some types of lettuce but these food items shouldn’t form a large part of their diet as they can lead to health issues. This can be confusing for new rabbit owners who Read More