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  1. Advantage 40

    Advantage 40 is for the prevention and treatment of fleas on small cats and small dogs, for the treatment of fleas on pet rabbits and for the treatment of biting lice on small dogs.

  2. Advantage 80

    Advantage 80 is for the prevention and treatment of fleas on cats and large rabbits. 

  3. Lapizole Oral Solution
    £17.98

    Lapizole is an oral liquid that provides prevention and treatment of infections caused by the potenially fatal parasite E. cuniculi.

  4. Panacur Wormer for Rabbits
    £5.78

    An oral wormer for rabbits as an aid in the control of E.cuniculi and intestinal worms.

  5. Protexin Fibreplex Syringe
    £8.98

    Fibreplex is a carrot flavoured, high fibre paste that is quick to work, delivering a concentrated dose of fibre to help return movement to the hindgut.

  6. Protexin Pro-Fibre for Rabbits - 800g
    £12.98

    A Probiotic and prebiotic supplement to encourage normal digestive function, containing extra dietary fibre. 

  7. Xenex Ultra Spot-On
    £16.98

    The simple and effective way to keep your small pet reliably insect free.

  8. Xeno 50 Mini
    £28.98

    A simple and effective spot-on solution for prevention and treatment of internal and external parasites on small mammals and birds

  9. Xeno 450
    £29.98

    A simple and effective spot-on solution for prevention and treatment of internal and external parasites on small mammals.

  10. Xeno 200 Spray
    £32.45

    Xeno 200 is a topical insecticial spray for the prevention and treatment of common internal and external parasites of rabbits, guinea pigs, rodents, ferrets, birds and reptiles.

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Rabbits can make wonderful small animal additions to most homes, they are incredibly inquisitive and endearing animals. Looking after a rabbit is not a commitment that should be undertaken lightly, they do need plenty of care, but with the right diet and living conditions, there is every reason that your rabbit should be able to live a very healthy and happy life. Unless you choose to keep your rabbit as a house rabbit, then they will be outside most of the time and subjected to the same parasites as cats and dogs, namely fleas, mites and ticks. A regular grooming routine should help you to spot the first signs of an issue so that you can treat your rabbit before it becomes more serious. An infestation can be distressing for your rabbit, making their skin itchy and possibly leading to an infection. Fortunately, early detection means early treatment which can really help your pet.