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My rabbit isn’t eating, is that a bad sign?

This one is an emergency. Larger animals, particularly carnivores and omnivores, can go for a few days without eating. But rabbits are different.

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Do dogs get food allergies?

Dogs do indeed get food allergies, however, the terminology in this area can be confusing. In this blog, we’ll break down what a food allergy is, what signs your dog may have, and what can be done. 

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What is Fatty Liver Disease of cats?

Fatty Liver Disease, or Hepatic Lipidosis, is one of the most common liver disorders of cats in the developed world. It typically occurs when an overweight cat loses weight too fast – either because of an excessively aggressive diet plan (good idea, but poor execution!), or due to some other disease process that results in a loss of appetite. Unfortunately, fatty liver disease is often in itself more dangerous to the cat than the underlying problem, and without rapid and effective treatment, is frequently fatal.
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Why has my bunny got a mucky bottom?

As this week is rabbit awareness week let’s start with some fun digestive facts about rabbits!  
Fun fact one:
Despite their small, furry appearance a rabbit’s digestive system greatly resembles that of a...
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Why is my dog eating grass?

Dogs may eat grass for a variety of reasons. For many dogs it’s considered entirely normal for them to eat a small amount of grass - in fact around 70% of dogs were found to eat grass in one study, and it was also found to be much more common in younger dogs. Some dogs, however, take grass-eating to an extreme and this could be a hint of something wrong.
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How to care for your Easter (chocolate) bunny

Invented sometime around the 19th century, it’s now estimated that about 90 million chocolate Easter bunnies are produced yearly worldwide. While a larger population than the estimated one million pet rabbits currently in the UK, they are much easier to look after. Read on to discover how to care for your chocolate bunny, and why real bunnies are certainly not for Easter.
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