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INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL REIKI - GUEST BLOG POST BY ANNE HALL, COMPLEMENTARY ANIMAL THERAPIST
Find out all about this fascinating therapy which can really benefit our fur babies! Fiona x
KEEPING YOUR FUR BABY SAFE WHEN THERE ARE FIREWORKS
Fireworks can be stressful and scary for pets and they can find the whole atmosphere of New Year's Eve strange where everything just seems a bit different – pets generally take comfort in their routine and familiar surroundings, and dislike any kind of change. Our pets often have better hearing than us so even fireworks that are far away and are barely audible to us can sound and feel loud to them.
BONDING MULTIPLES TOP TIP - SHOULD I SEPARATE MY ORIGINALLY BONDED BUNNIES BETWEEN BONDING SESSIONS?!
BONDING MULTIPLES - If you are bonding more than a pair, you may wish to consider separating them ALL when you aren't actually bonding. FIND OUT WHY IT MIGHT BE A GOOD IDEA IN MY LATEST BLOG POST!
ECHINACEA AND IT'S BENEFITS FOR YOUR BUNNY OR GUINEA PIG'S HEALTH!
Did you know that Echinacea is great for bunnies and guinea pigs? Find out how it can benefit your rabbit's overall health!
HOW TO GET THOSE ANNOYING WHITE AND BROWN STAIN OFF YOUR BUNNY OR GUINEA PIG'S STUFF (WITH ZERO EFFORT!!)
White chalky or brown gritty stains are common on rabbit and guinea pig cages and litter trays, and can be REALLY hard to shift, no matter how hard you scrub!! Let me show you my secret weapon for removing it quickly and best of all WITH NO EFFORT!
ARE DANDELIONS OK FOR YOUR RABBIT OR GUINEA PIG TO EAT?
This is one of my most often asked questions - many people want to try and replicate a more natural diet for their bunny but aren't sure where to start. Let's look at dandelions, one of the most common plants found in your garden.
10 THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE BUYING A RABBIT
Thinking of getting a rabbit? Check out my guest blog on Cam4animals - an amazing website, dedicated to using complementary and alternative therapies for our beloved fur babies, alongside conventional vet medicine