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Despite being one of the most popular pets, rabbits are amongst the most neglected, with a huge proportion living out their days confined to a hutch, alone and unable to display the behaviours they would show in the wild.
We aim to improve the health and welfare of domestic rabbits through a combination of campaigning, education and the most up to date advice. If you are a rabbit owner or thinking of becoming one then there is a huge amount of information for you on these pages.
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Covid-19 – managing your rabbits’ vaccinations
With Covid-19 dominating the news, we’ve been inundated with questions about how this affects rabbit owners and put together an FAQ page.
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- Meloxicam as analgesic for rabbitshttps://veterinary-practice.com/article/meloxicam-as-analgesic-for-rabbits Imagine this clinical scenario: you create an analgesic protocol for your clinic to ensure rabbits entering your care receive the best treatment available. Your research indicates meloxicam is the analgesic of choice as in comparisonRead More
- COVID-19 LockdownWe have heard from several worried owners whose rabbits’ vaccinations are due now or soon. We are sorry you are in this unfortunate position and we do understand your very valid concerns The BVA/RCVS have advisedRead More
- COVID-19We just wanted to let you all know that we are still here and still able to answer the helpline, reply to e-mails and process orders. Ros and Rae both work from home, and all beingRead More
- COVID-19 adviceWe are aware that, due to COVID-19, many people are understandably restricting where they go and what they do, to minimise the risk of spread. And that also many veterinary practices are, quite reasonably, trying toRead More
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