Richard’s RAW interview on BBC Cambridge

Rabbit Awareness Week is a wrap! There was a huge amount of coverage and brilliant feedback. You can still listen to Richard’s interview here:https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08ml8gv It starts at 1 hour 11 mins in.

Covid-19 and vaccinations

Dear Rabbit Owner This is an update of our previous advice on rabbit veterinary care at this difficult time. The BVA (British Veterinary Association)/RCVS (Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons) have advised veterinary practices to carry out case by case risk assessments on when to see animals in person (other alternatives being phone or video consulting).Read More

Campaign Update Autumn 2020

Welcome to another Campaign Update, keeping you informed of our constant fight to make things better for bunnies. Space We have had a lot of enquiries recently about our minimum space recommendations for rabbits, so we thought it would be helpful to clear up any confusion. • Our minimum recommendations Our recommended living area forRead More

Autumn 2020 Rabbiting On – is your membership up to date?

We’ve got another super issue of Rabbiting On just about ready to share with our members, terrific topics, from making sure your rabbits are happy, through breed specific problems to the latest advice on sore hocks (pododermatitis) with so much more in between. Check that your subscription is up to date and if not, youRead More

Win an £500 amazon voucher!

We’ve partnered with Gyfters to help us raise vital funds for our work. Gyfters is the UK’s first dedicated incentivized charitable fundraising competition website. Dedicated to raising funds for UK charities through competitions, prize draws, and online raffles. Fully vetted and authorized to run online competitions dedicated to charitable fundraising. Gyfters have chosen us toRead More

Space recommendations

We have had a lot of enquiries recently about our minimum space recommendations for rabbits,  so we thought it would be helpful to clear up any confusion. Our minimum recommendations Our recommended living area for 2 average sized rabbits (and they should be kept at least in pairs) is a footprint of 3m x 2m.Read More

Guest post – Lea Facey, Rabbit Residence

The current situation in the UK with the coronavirus outbreak and resulting lock down and social distancing measures has had a huge impact on rescues in general but particularly independent rescues like ourselves that rely on donations, income from holiday boarding and fundraising events to enable them to continue to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome unwantedRead More

Covid-19 – adopting rabbits

We have been asked about washing rabbits coming into the home in case there might be Covid-19 virus on their fur. It is not recommended to wash rabbits, and certainly it would not be ideal at all to put any sort of disinfectant onto their coats. They groom themselves and each other, and would ingestRead More

Meloxicam as analgesic for rabbits

https://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 comparison to opioids it has a reduced risk of gut stasis, which is a life-threatening complication in rabbits. Meloxicam alsoRead More