There's a number of different reasons behind grooming, and most require human help to ensure optimal health and wellbeing
Spring can be a wonderful time of year, and the onset of spring seems to touch our little ones too. There’s moulting, ‘March Madness’, and a change in routine with the clock changes, to name just a few!
During this Mental Health Awareness Week, we explore the benefit of pet ownership, where the mental wellbeing of both carer and companion is equally important, and also mutually beneficial.
A seemingly simple task - for trimming a rabbits’ nails is no more difficult than trimming our own nails. Or is it....?
Either love them or hate them, there’s no doubt that from now until the end of January (at the earliest!), there will be a barrage of explosions somewhere in the country most weekends….and often week nights too.
Fleas are anoying, robust and disease spreading machines. They can also introduct parasites and breed at an amazing rate. Control is essential!
Most rabbit owners will have to syringe feed at least once during their little ones’ lifetime and it can be scary, but it doesn't need to be!
Rabbits need a lot of space; there is no doubt of this fact. Their environment also needs a number of other factors to help make their house a home.
When the temperature rises and the clouds disappear our thoughts turn to barbecues and beaches. But for our little ones it can spell danger.