The RWAF recommends that pet rabbits are neutered and kept with another friendly rabbit. In our experience a neutered male / female pair works best. They are social animals and suffer from stress when kept without the companionship of their own species. There is research to support this advice: Research has shown that rabbits valueRead More

Rabbits and Guinea Pigs – bordatella

We are often asked about keeping rabbits and guinea pigs together. This is not advisable for the following reasons: Bordetella bronchiseptica is a bacterial infection of the upper respiratory tract of a number of species, including dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs, related to B pertussis, which causes whooping cough in humans. It is often described asRead More

BBC Trust me I’m a Vet

Find out more about what went on behind the scenes in tonight’s Trust Me I’m a Vet