Rabbit Boarding

 Rabbit Boarding


                 Urgent Message about rabbit vaccination 

Since October 2016 all rabbits coming for boarding must have protection against the new variant Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus 2 (RHDV2) as well as routine vaccination. This virus can be fatal and no rabbit in the country is safe unless fully vaccinated.

What vaccination does my rabbit need? 
All rabbits staying at our boarding facilities must be fully vaccinated against Myxomatosis, RHDV1 and RHDV2 two weeks before they come for boarding. 

Our rabbit boarding service
Our top quality rabbit boarding includes a veterinary health check before admission by one of our very experienced rabbit-savvy vets. During your rabbits holiday here they will be cleaned, fed and monitored by qualified veterinary nurses. All boarding rabbits get weighed regularly to pick up early signs of problems and have their rear ends cleaned if needed.. Your rabbits health is our priority and our vet nurses are quick to spot any medical or behavioural problems bringing it promptly to the vets attention. 

We offer the full range of rabbit diets along with a range of oxbow hays. Fresh veggies are fed daily according to your pets requirements . Every pet gets its own litter tray and hidey hole so your rabbit can hide away from view if shy or jump up if curious. 

What do I need to bring?
If you are emptying your fridge before you go on holidays bring along a sample of your rabbits favourite veggies so we can see what he / she likes. Also any favourite treats, toys or blanket. We provide all the rest ( water bottles, bowls, bedding, veggies, food etc)