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Microchipping is a permanent ID system, which involves a chip, no bigger than a grain of rice being implanted under the skin of your rabbit's scruff.

For the long-term health and wellbeing of your rabbit and your family, it is essential that you routinely use proven, preventative treatments against the most common parasites throughout your pet’s life. Remember that prevention is much easier and cost effective than cure.

The commonest problems that vets see in rabbits all stem from an incorrect diet – dental problems, facial abscesses, digestive disorders etc. This is why feeding your rabbit correctly is so important.

When taking on a rabbit it is important to consider their natural behaviour patterns and needs. Rabbits are social animals who like to jump and burrow, so they require plenty of space.

Rabbits are social animals, and can live happily together provided consideration is given to their compatibility.

There are several highly infectious and potentially fatal diseases that affect rabbits.