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My rabbit is losing hair on its feet – sore hocks

Sore hocks is an ulceration of the foot. Hair from the feet is lost and brushed aside to show a red dot. Over time it can get worse as more hair is lost and the red spot becomes bigger. Treat as soon as possible. It commonly occurs on the hind or front feet. The advise from most vets is to change the environment. Finding the cause and treating sore … [Read More...]

My Rabbit has stopped eating

Rabbits can become ill and lose their appetite if there diet changes, become unsettled, unhappy or cannot poo. If you have a rabbit that looks to be suffering and no longer eating or pooing, seek advise from a vet as soon as possible. If you have a rabbit emergency kit, to hand, feed your rabbit some critical care supplement and gas drops. … [Read More...]

Ideas to keep my rabbit entertained

Rabbits love tunnels. I found myself creating tunnels around the house to keep my house rabbits entertained. Whilst I have purchased a couple of rabbit tunnels, their favourites are the ones made by moving furniture or household items. By pulling forward the settee away from the side wall, for example, my rabbits love to run towards their little hideout and back out again. More recently, I put … [Read More...]