I have a rabbit
You are very fond of your rabbit and, of course, you want to be sure that he or she is contented.
Tips for a happy rabbits
As someone who loves your bunny you’ll certainly want him to be a happy bunny. And that’s not really difficult, providing you bear in mind that a rabbit needs a companion. However, we’re not just talking any old companion here, but another rabbit that your furry friend will definitely get along with. So make sure you get a good match for your rabbit, then give them both plenty of room to run, play and burrow to their hearts’ content!
You want to be sure that he or she is contented?
You are very fond of your rabbit and, of course, you want to be sure that he or she is contented. It’s why you’ll always look for the best solution if you are going on holiday or are planning a weekend away. And did you know that we could help if your rabbit needs a trim, for example, or suddenly starts behaving strangely? Check out our offering and the many ways we can help.
What if you’re no longer there to care for your rabbit?
Nobody likes to think about dying, but it’s important to consider what will then happen to your pet. Would a family member or a friend be able to take your rabbit in, for example? If not, perhaps our “cat & canine care card” arrangement might be a good option.
Within the framework of our “cat & canine care card” arrangement, the DOA will assume responsibility for your rabbit if you die. This will give you the peace of mind that he or she will be in good hands, which in itself is very reassuring. It’s easy to register for the arrangement; simply complete the form and return it to us.