Top tips on caring for your small furry
We recommend annual vaccination in rabbits (from 5 weeks of age), particularly those who have access to the outdoors, but also indoor bunnies can be at risk due to fleas and flies carrying disease.
We offer the standard vaccination against Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic disease (RHD), and are also now offering a vaccine for the newly recognised strain of RHD. Your vet will be happy to discuss your rabbit's needs with you, and advise you appropriately.
Vaccinations are included in The Pet Health Club, just one of the many benefits of The Pet Health Club scheme.
Rabbits’ front teeth can overgrow, preventing them from being able to close their mouths. They can also have problems with back molar teeth, which may develop sharp edges that can cause abrasions to the tongue.
Guinea pigs can also have problems with their back teeth. Therefore, providing your small animal with a proper diet and regular check-ups is very important.
Neutering your rabbit will give them a calmer, happier life. The many benefits of neutering include: helping rabbits to bond into pairs, preventing unwanted offspring, facilitating litter training and the reduction of anti-social behaviour such as spraying urine and mounting toys/rabbits/feet.
If you are a Pet Health Club member, you will receive 20% off neutering. Contact us for more information on neutering your bunny.
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