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Should fireworks be banned for animal welfare? - Vet Panel
News and Comment
Should fireworks be banned for animal welfare? - Vet Panel
With the New Year fireworks about to begin, we assembled a panel to discuss the problems that fireworks post for animals and animal welfare. Joining me (David Harris BVSc PGCert VetEd FHEA MRCVS, from VetHelpDirect) are…
December 31, 2020 • 22 shares
What Should I Feed My Rabbit?
Diet
What Should I Feed My Rabbit?
Bugs Bunny may be a fan of nothing but carrots, but did you know that real-life rabbit diets are actually far more complicated? If you are considering a cuddly little bunny, this article is for you. Today we will explain…
November 23, 2020 • 26 shares
Why is my Rabbit Bored?
Behaviour
Why is my Rabbit Bored?
Have you ever wondered whether your rabbit could be bored? Boredom in rabbits is more common than you might think. Those little balls of fluff disguise clever brains that love to be kept busy and challenged. Wild rabbits…
October 25, 2020 • 255 shares
Rabbit Friendly Practice – How To Find A Vet
Rabbits
Rabbit Friendly Practice – How To Find A Vet
Most small-animal vets will be happy and very capable to provide veterinary treatment to rabbits. However, like everything you will find that there are some vets who will have a particular interest in treating rabbits. T…
October 1, 2020 • 28 shares
Do rabbits need friends?
Behaviour
Do rabbits need friends?
Rabbits are highly social animals that thrive with a friend. Even with human interaction, companions offer benefits that no human ever can. If you are considering purchasing a rabbit, please consider a pair of bunny comp…
September 12, 2020 • 9 shares
Do rabbits get ear mites?
Common Conditions
Do rabbits get ear mites?
Yes they do! Ear mites cause a disease called ‘ear canker’ in rabbits. The mites cause inflammation, irritation and discharge that can lead to infection spreading into the middle and inner ear. To prevent this, early ide…
September 3, 2020 • 50 shares