Any animal can become unwell quickly, and whilst your veterinary surgeon should always be contacted first if you have any worries, it is a good idea to have a basic first aid box to hand.
Crickets are a popular choice for livefood and are easily avaible. this caresheet will tell you how to look after them in the best way possible.
Cat flaps allow your cat access to the outdoors, but if your cat hasn’t used one before, you will need to teach them how to do so.
Locusts are a popular choice amongst reptile keepers and are easy to source. Read this blog on how to care for your locust.
Flystrike is common in warmer weather and can kill rabbits very quickly. This blog will tell you all you need to know about fly-strike and how to prevent it.
Earthworms are sometimes refered to as Nightcrawlers and are essentialy big, juicy worms that you found find in your garden. However don’t be tempted to feed any worms you find in the garden. You have no way of knowing if they have been exposed to insecticides and they can harm your pet if fed. Don’t…
Rabbits are intelligent animals and require enrichment to keep them happy and healthy. Bored rabbits can become bad-tempered and destructive, so it’s important to exercise their body and mind. It doesn’t need to cost a fortune though! Here are some of the best store-bought and homemade toys you can offer your bunnies.
If you keep reptiles or amphibians, you may need to feed live food. Although they are destined to be dinner, it’s really important to care for them correctly as the healthier the food is, the better they are for your pet. But if you are new to keeping them, read this blog to find out…
It’s the final part of my massive look at the Eglu Go and Walk-In run. Please do take a look at Part 1 and Part 2 to see how we got to this point, and read on to see how the bunnies and I like their new home.
Currently, rabbits are recommended to have two vaccinations a year, however, the release of a new vaccine is going to change things.