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Making Christmas fun & safe for your rabbit

The special time of Christmas can be confusing and dangerous for rabbits. Find out how to make your Christmas decorations safe, stop your tree being chewed and make sure you and your rabbit enjoy this time. How to bunny proof … Continue reading

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How to make Halloween a safe & happy time for your rabbit

Halloween can be a stressful and even dangerous time for your rabbit. Find out what bunny proofing you can do to make your home safer so you can both enjoy this special time of year. Make Halloween fun for you … Continue reading

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What if bunnies starred in movies

Following a hilarious competition on our Facebook group ‘Bunny proofing’, members suggested films titles where the bunnies were the stars. We can now share the actual movie posters they would be in! Great work bunny proofers! See the hilarious movie … Continue reading

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Can I compost my rabbit litter?

Is it OK to use my rabbit’s used litter or poops as compost in the garden, and if so which litter is suitable? You can compost your rabbits litter!

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Can I keep a rabbit without grass?

It is possible to keep a rabbit in a yard without grass or even indoors but you will need to feed it the right food and ensure its environment suitable. Here’s how… Rabbits don’t need grass if they have lots … Continue reading

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Is it harmful if my rabbit chews perspex?

The pros and cons of using perspex to rabbit proof your home, our opinion is that its not worth the risk of the harm it can cause. Here’s why… Perspex is not a very good bunny proofing material

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What types of wood can rabbits chew on?

Rabbits will chew on most types of wood however only some types are OK and some are can even harmful if digested. In this article we tell you which ones you could collect and what types should be avoided. Not … Continue reading

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