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British Giants are known to be good natured and fairly laid back.
Spot the signs and symptoms of dental disease and find out how to prevent this painful condition.
Chinchillas are sweet, laid-back rabbits.
Where your rabbit comes from can have a big effect on how healthy and happy they are for the rest of their life. Read our vets' advice on getting a rabbit.
Boredom can be a big problem for rabbits. Here are some top tips for keeping your bunnies active.
Find out why rabbits should be kept with other rabbits and what to do if you're introducing a new bunny into the mix.
Advice on making the difficult decision to put your pet to sleep, breaking the news to children, and coping with the loss.
Keep your pet safe with our vets’ guide to some common hazards around our homes
Find out what vegetables are safe for your rabbits and guinea pigs.
Food plays a really important part in your rabbits' health and wellbeing. Find out more about the diet our vets' recommend.
Create a bunny paradise and give your rabbits the spacious, comfy home of their dreams.
Moving house is stressful for everyone – including our pets! Here’s how you can help them get used to the change.
Going on holiday without your pet? Read our vets’ advice on finding the perfect boarding kennel or pet hotel.
Read our vets’ advice on animal first aid. Knowing what to do in an emergency can be the difference between life and death.
Dutch rabbits are known to be gentle and easy-going.