Although the specialist in-house design and manufacturing teams at Dunster House ensure that all Rabbitopias are built to last, performing regular maintenance will help prolong their life and protect your investment. The Key Areas to focus on when Performing Maintenance Here at Dunster House, we recommend that systematic checking your Rabbitopia at least once a […]Read More How to maintain your Rabbitopia
Just like us, rabbits need a healthy balanced diet. 80% of a rabbit’s diet should be grass or hay, 15% greens and 5% pellets 28. Rabbits have evolved in the dry landscape of Southern Spain, a hot place with little rainfall, causing their food source to be a low quality, high fibre vegetation. This is what their […]Read More What do rabbits eat?
Our Bunny Mad Director, Alex, recently shared an image of his bunnies happily playing in his home version of the Rabbitopia at 10pm. Crepuscular creatures, your rabbits are most active at twilight and dawn, times when you often are not. This means that, at their most energetic, they are confined to a very small space […]Read More Run rabbit, run rabbit, run, run, run!
Christmas is a wonderful time of year to get together with friends and family. A spell to celebrate the end of the year, exchange presents and eat your fill of mince pies and chocolate. After the big day itself, you might be looking for a change of scenery. Whether you’re into action, comedy or epic […]Read More Boxing Day movies in the Man Cave Cinema
Technically we launched our Rabbitopia at The London Pet Show but, last night, we launched the product on the BBC too. This was not via an advert whose annoying jingle gets stuck in your head but rather through the popular BBC show ‘The Apprentice’. For those of you who are not a fan of The […]Read More Launched on BBC’s The Apprentice!
Imagine you lived in a box. It was clean, you were regularly fed, but only let out every now and again to stretch and run for a couple of hours. You’d live, you’d survive, but would you be happy? Basically, this is how we’ve been treating domestic rabbits for a long, long time. The accepted […]Read More What to consider when buying rabbit accommodation
As rabbits owners, we really care about the well being of our charges. This is true for choice of diet, toys we give them, and especially true for accommodation. So I was very interested in a piece in the Winter 2013 issue of RabbitingOn about different timber treatments. A reader wrote in, very concerned about […]Read More An article in RabbitingOn: Wood preservatives – what’s safe to use?
I often get asked ‘what is the difference between Summerhouses and Log Cabins? People want an additional space in their garden to use for hobbies, relaxing or hosting garden parties with their friends and families. It is easy to be confused when looking on the internet when so many options are put in front of […]Read More Log Cabin vs. Summerhouse
It constantly sickens me that rabbits are sold for so little. Indeed Fluffle and Puffle, 2 of my rabbits, were bought from a pet store (I would prefer to rescue but I felt these needed help) as they had been reduced to sell! Sickening! I am upset at how little they’re sold for because generally the […]Read More The real cost of a rabbit isn’t £20-£25.