The Scottish government legislation for rabbit welfare imposes the need for all rabbits to have all 5 of their essential welfare needs met. These include:
Environment - the need for a suitable environment and place to live.
Diet - the need for a suitable diet.
Behaviour - the need to express normal behaviour.
Companionship - the need to consider your pet’s social needs.
Vet care - The need to be protected from pain, suffering, injury and disease.
Housing & Environment
Click on the photo to learn more about how to create the perfect habitat for your rabbits
Diet & Nutrition
Click on the photo to learn more about feed your rabbits
Click on the photo to learn more about monitoring the health of your rabbits
Choosing Toys For Your Rabbits
Did you know many toys sold for rabbits are unsafe and harmful for rabbits?
Click the photo to read our interactive guide to choosing safe and suitable toys for your rabbits.
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Welfare & Wellbeing Policies
Rabbits are sentient beings that require a gentle approach, as a prey herd species they are fragile and susceptible to many health issues and will often tolerate abuse due to their nature which can be traumatic and lead to learned helplessness. Click each photo to learn about each of our welfare & wellbeing policies.