How to stop your rabbit chewing Wires
Rabbits love chewing wires, find out how to protect them with plastic tubing, see our tips & tricks for hiding cables out of reach.
How to stop your rabbit chewing Carpet
If your rabbit is driving you crazy chewing your carpet then learn how other long suffering bunny owners control this behaviour avoid costly repairs.
How to stop your rabbit chewing your Doors & Baseboards
Its natural for your rabbit to chew fibrous materials, even wood. Find out how to avoid the damage that can build up by protecting these easily to reach areas.
How to stop your rabbit chewing Wooden Furniture
Rabbit love chewing the soft wooden edges of furniture, find out how to stop this habit and protect your furniture from unsightly damage.
How to make your Yard safe & stop your rabbit Escaping.
Find out how to secure your yard with our tips on preventing escape and learn how to limit the danger from predators.
How to stop your rabbit chewing Wall paper
Find out how to prevent costly damage by protecting wall surfaces and discover lots of simple but effective tips to correctly bad behaviour.
How to bunny proof your House plants
Learn how to stop your rabbit eating your house plant and digs in the soul before a serious accident occures.
How to bunny proof your Sofa
If you rabbit like to play on and under your sofa its important to bunny proof it and stop damage from chewing.
Stop your rabbit chewing your Curtains
If you have floor length curtains find out how to stop them being chewed & learn how to make the cords safe for ypu bunny to play around.
How to make your Bathroom safe for your rabbit
If you rabbit like playing in the bathroom following our safety guide &learn how to avoid the dangers from jumping in baths & dangerous chemicals.
How to make your Kitchen safe for your Rabbit
kitchens can be a danger place for a rabbit, follow our kitchen safety guide and learn how to avoid possible harm.
How to stop a house rabbit Chewing Everything
Find out what you will need to bunny proof in your home to stop you rabbit chewing wooden furniture, carpet, baseboards and walls.
How to stop a house rabbit Digging Everything
Its natural for rabbits to want to dig. Find out how to curb this behaviour and avoid then mess and costly repairs to carpet, sofas and plant pots.
How to stop your rabbit going Under Furniture
In this article we have lot’s of examples of how bunny owners go about blocking off crawl spaces around their homes.
Stop your rabbit chewing with Bitter sprays
Bitter sprays & other spray on taste deterrents can be helpful in the battle to stopping your bunny chewing things.
Safety care check list
There can be many hidden dangers in your home that can hurt a curious rabbit. Follow this simple safety care check list to make your home safe.
Rabbit proofing check list
Use our comprehensive rabbit proofing check list to make sure you have made all the improvements you can to prevent damage, costly repairs.
How to Discipline your Rabbit
Rabbits have very strong natural urges which can lead them onto trouble. Learn how set boundaries in a calmly and clearly.
Designing your home with a house rabbit in mind
How by rethinking the way your home is set out and what simple changes can be made to create harmony for you and your bunny.
The complete guide to Litter training your Rabbit
Good litter training is essential, follow these easy steps and learn the pitfalls from experienced rabbit owners.
How to Pickup & Carry a Rabbit without being scratched
Its important to pick up your rabbit sometimes. Follow our step by step guide and learn how to hold your rabbit without a struggling.
Bringing a Rabbit home for the first time
When you bring a rabbit home for the first time there are a number of things you will need to get and do to prepare your homed to make sure your new rabbit will be comfortable, safe and ensure you limit the damage it can do. Don’t leave it till it tool late find out what you need here.
How to stop your rabbit urinating on your carpet, bed or sofa
It can be incredibly frustrating if you rabbit pees on your sofa bed or carpet. This can quickly form a habit breaking their litter training and spoiling the time you should be spending relaxing with the constant worry of the next accident. In this article we talk about the causes of this behaviour and show you some of the ways bunny owners use to stop it.
How to clicker train your rabbit
Clicker training is a tried and tested animal training method that can in fact be used on your rabbit. By using a simple clicking noise you will be able to teach you rabbit the behaviour you want it to learn and give it instructions as to how you want it to behave.
Taking your rabbit on holiday with you
At first this may seem a bit of a unusual idea, however if there’s one thing house rabbit people can do its ‘unusual’ so here’s how with a bit of planning and the right pet friendly hotel you can enjoy going on holiday with our bunny.
How to make free toys from toilet roll tubes
Toys can be expensive and the novelty of them can wear off pretty quickly. Learn how to make them yourself out of old toilet rolls in out step by step guide.
How to make a digging box for your rabbit
One of the best ways to let your rabbit exercise its natural instinct to dig and forage for food is to build a digging box to play in, There simple to make and also free.
Top 10 Best chew toys
Bunnies need chew toys, it keeps them happy and distracted from chewing your carpet & base boards. To help you choose the best toys we have put together this helpful top 10 guide.
Top 10 Best tunnel and tube toys
Rabbits love to explore however this can lead them into danger behind appliances and under furniture. See our top 10 guide to the best safe and fun tubes toys to keep them happy.
Top 10 Best tents and hideaways
Bunnies love exploring hideaways & giving them lots of fun & safe places to shelter makes them feel secure & happy. Find out which Tents & Hideaways are the best with our Top 10 guide.
Top 10 best toss toys, rattles & balls
Bunnies love to toss toys about especially if it makes a noise. It keeps them happy and distracted from being naughty. To help you choose the best toys we have put together this top 10 guide.
Top 10 best free toys for rabbits
Its important to give you rabbit lots of toys to enrich their environment and keep them happy. Why waste money when you rabbit would be just as happy with some simple toys you can make yourself for fee.
Top 10 best digging and shredding toys
Its natural for your rabbit to want to dig and shred. See our top 10 list of toys that help control this behaviour including many free solutions.
How to build an indoor rabbit enclosure
How to build a simple indoor enclosure that will allow enough space for you rabbit to stretch and binky about and can also include a litter tray, hay feeder and even some toys.
How to build an office cube rabbit enclosure
An alternative and popular enclosure can be built from storage cube shelving. With some imagination and a little effort they can be used to create a secure enclosure with lots of levels and areas.
Using clear acrylic in rabbit enclosures
If you are thinking of using clear acrylic sheeting such as perspex or plexiglass in a rabbit enclosure then here are the pros and cons of using this material as well as some ideas of how other bunny owners have put it to good use.
How to stop your rabbit chewing its cage, hutch or enclosure
If your rabbit bites and chews its cage or enclosure it can become very frustrating for you and is a sign your rabbit is unhappy. Find out what’s behind this unwanted behaviour and what you can do to stop it.
Ozric’s indoor rabbit enclosure
See Ozric’s indoor enclosure which is a converted spare room. Take a look and we hope you take inspiration from it.
Tell us about your rabbit enclosure
Why not share how you build you rabbit indoor enclosure.
Top 10 indoor rabbit hutches, pans and cages
There are times when you cannot keep an eye on your rabbit, for instance when you are a work or at night. There are lots of types of indoor hutches, pens and enclosures. and we have complied a list of the top ten most popular ones here.