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The theme of this year’s Rabbit Awareness Week (RAW) is the importance of high-quality, feeding hay and fresh grass in supporting the dental, digestive and emotional health of rabbits.
To be held at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh from the 17-18th June.
New findings reveal that the answer to Bugs Bunny's well-known catchphrase "What's up Doc?"...
Charities unite to highlight brachy health issues in cats and rabbits; it’s not just dogs we need to worry about.