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How To Spoil Your Rabbit This Christmas

Christmas is all about spending time with those you love and showing you care. The majority of pet owners see their fur babies as family members, with 55% of rabbit owners deciding to treat their bunny to a festive gift. So what better time to spoil your beloved pet bunny with some delightful Christmas presents under the tree this year? Read below our top tips on celebrating Christmas with your rabbit and the best gifts to treat them to...

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Looking After Your Bunny

 Rabbits can make wonderful pets, but there are many different things to consider when finding the newest member to your family, so how do you choose the rabbit is right for yours? Like any pet, rabbits will require lots of love and care to help keep them healthy and well, so in this blog we are taking a look at what you need to care for your little bunny. What Do Rabbits Eat? Rabbits are herbivores, which means they only eat...

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Why Rabbits Need to Chew

Chewing is a natural, enjoyable, and important behaviour for rabbits. Chewing can help your rabbit maintain good oral hygiene, keep his continuously growing teeth healthy and strong, and can act as a means of entertainment and prevent boredom. Chewing can be a nuisance for pet owners when their rabbits decides to chew anything and everything in sight. Leaving your rabbit up to his own devices to find something to chew on can lead to dangerous consequences, both for you and...

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8 Reasons Why Rabbits Make Great Pets

Rabbits are one of the most adorable pets you could own; their floppy ears, their cute little eyes, and their soft, cuddle-worthy fur, make them an ideal pet for all families. They are Ireland’s third most popular pet behind cats and dogs, and it’s not difficult to see why! We’ve compiled our top 8 reasons why you should consider adopting a rabbit and why they make such wonderful fur babies! 1. They Are Quiet Live in an apartment or quiet neighbourhood and...

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The Best Rabbit Toys

Providing your rabbit with appropriate toys to play with is more important than you think. It helps with mental stimulation, prevents boredom, keeps them fit and healthy and most importantly, happy. There a wide range of rabbit toys to choose from your floppy eared friend. In this blog post, we will highlight how to choose a toy, our top toys for your rabbit, and tips for playing with your bunny. How to Choose a Toy For Your Rabbit 1. Appeal To Chewing...

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Playing With Your Rabbit

Just like dogs and cats, rabbits are curious creatures who love to play. They don’t just sit in a hutch all day-they love to hop, jump, sniff around and get active. Playing some games with your rabbit is a great way to build the bond between you, and get to know each other. This is especially important if you have just brought your rabbit home for the first time and he is a bit shy. In this blog, we’ll talk...

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How to Keep Your Rabbit Warm in the Winter

As the days grow colder and the nights get longer, it is more important than ever to think about our furry friends who like to spend their time outdoors. Your rabbit most likely spends most of his time outdoors in his hutch, so will be feeling the brunt of the cold snap. Here are some great and easy ways to help keep your bunnies and their homes protected from the winter weather. 1. Insulate the Hutch Just as we insulate our homes...

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Popular Small Pets – Rabbit

Choosing a Small Pet: What You Need to Know About Rabbits Rabbits can make wonderful pets, but there are many different things to consider when finding the newest member to your family, so how do you choose the a rabbit is right for yours? Like any pet, rabbits will require lots of love and care to help keep them healthy and well, so in this blog we are taking a look at Rabbits, and what you can expect if you...

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Taking Care of your Pregnant Rabbit

Rabbits can reproduce from as young as 4 months, so if you own a male (buck) and female (doe) rabbit who have not been neutered yet, there is a high probability that they’ll have a litter. Rabbit litters can vary in size but generally there are 2-12 babies, called ‘kittens’ or more commonly, ‘kits’. Smaller breeds tend to have smaller litters, with larger breeds of rabbit producing more kits per litter. It’s important to know what to expect from your...

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How to Tell if Your Rabbit is Happy and Healthy

It may not be possible to always know what your pet rabbit is thinking, but there are some signs to watch out for if you want to find out if he’s a happy, healthy pet. Body language can be a huge indictor to how your rabbit may be feeling, and as a bunny parent, it’s important to keep an eye on this so you can ensure the best possible care for them. In this blog post, I’ll explain the signs...

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