Spring is in the air, and with Easter this weekend, many of us instantly conjure up mental images of cute and fluffy rabbits, or possibly consider heading down to the pet shop to buy the kids their very own Easter Bunny.
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As part of being a responsible pet owner we all try and make sure we respect the wildlife in areas where we walk our dogs, and that we also look out for hazards that might cause injury or disease. With the surge in new dog ownership during the pandemic, many may not be aware of potential threats when out in nature with their walking companion -especially if their dog is off lead and not always in sight.
Many of us love to be able to include our pets in the Christmas festivities. It is a time of giving and, as our pets are members of our family, we enjoy being able to gift them something as well!
Deciding to get a pet rabbit is a really exciting time, but it can also be a bit confusing when it comes to knowing exactly what you will need for your new fluffy companion. We’ll take you through everything from knowing what size of enclosure to get to how much it will cost each month to feed your new rabbit.
Rabbits and guinea pigs can be housed comfortably outside all year round, however some slight changes need to be made in their daily care to ensure they stay healthy during the colder months.
Guinea Pigs are a favourite with many families who have small children. They’re full of adventure and personality and also teach children about the care other living things require to stay happy and healthy.