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Spring 2015

  • Flystrike – how to protect your rabbit
  • To cut or not to cut – dental disease treatment
  • Gastrointestinal Stasis – an in-depth feature on this serious condition
  • Ask the Experts – your questions answered (featuring Does he need a friend?; Do I need to worm my rabbit routinely?; Messy hay; Why is my rabbit using my settee as a toilet?)
  • Pineapple juice – is there any truth behind the tale?
  • Drug focus – Metaclopramide – continuing our drug focus series
  • Back to nature – growing grass for your rabbit
  • Help, my rabbit won’t eat hay – why some rabbits may not eat hay
  • Accidental litters – how to care for unexpected arrivals
  • Training your rabbit
  • Tales from the Helpline – Starting out
  • Campaign Update
  • 2014 Bunny of the Year Competition results
  • Readers’ letters
  • Rabbit Round up – the latest rabbit news
  • Worldwide Wabbits
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Pawprints

Summer 2015

  • Myxomatosis – protecting your rabbit
  • Bereavement – coping with the loss of a bunny
  • Communicating with your rabbit – what are your rabbits trying to tell you?
  • Social needs – how to make your rabbits happy
  • Summer safety – keeping your rabbits safe in summer
  • Checking for abscesses – how to check your rabbits
  • LooLoo’s story – a welfare case
  • Wood preservatives – what is safe?
  • Sponsor a Rescue 2015 – our rescues for this year
  • Sponsor a Rescue 2014 – last year’s rescues say thank you
  • Drug focus – Zantac (Ranitidine)
  • Meadow and timothy hay – explaining the difference
  • Rabbits at Heat Magazine
  • Building rabbit accommodation – how to build accommodation for your rabbits
  • Back to nature – what is toxic to your rabbits?
  • Tales from the Helpline – giving your rabbits treats
  • Ask the Experts – your questions answered (featuring How often do rabbits need grooming?; Prescribing medication – how does it work?; Exercise for a dieting bunny; Help me stop them chewing their house!)
  • Rabbit round-up – latest news
  • Changes to the RWA structure
  • Campaign update
  • Worldwide Wabbits
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Pawprints

Autumn 2015

Parasites Special

  • Coccidiosis – what problems can it cause?
  • Ear mites – Psoroptes cuniculi
  • External parasites – fleas, mites and ticks and treatment options
  • Encephalitozoon cuniculi – explaining this complicated parasite
  • Intestinal worms – do you need to worm your rabbit?
  • Drug focus – Fenbendazole
  • Ask the Experts – your questions answered (featuring What is the best setup for my houserabbits?; Why is he bald?; How do I stop them chewing?; All alone – but how can I help?)
  • Choosing a boarder for your rabbit – what should you look for?
  • Fireworks – how to help your rabbits cope
  • Tales from the Helpline – emergency boarding, are you prepared?
  • Back to Nature – natural syringe feeding
  • Focus on vegetables and fruit, Part 1 – looking into safe vegetables
  • CEVA Awards – Gwen Butler’s award
  • Rabbit round-up  – round up of the latest rabbit news
  • Introducing the Dutch Foundation for Rabbit Concerns
  • Campaign Update – keeping you informed
  • Rabbit Welfare Group – a vision for the future of rabbit welfare
  • Your letters
  • Worldwide Wabbits – rabbits on the Internet
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Pawprints

Winter 2015

  • Bonding groups- how to achieve harmony
  • Heart disease – cardiac disease overview
  • Trancing – what is trancing and is it stressful to rabbits?
  • Weight loss – unexplained weight loss and how to achieve a slender bunny
  • Taste buds – what can your rabbit taste
  • Dental x-rays – what can x-rays show us?
  • 2016 RWAF Conference
  • Drug focus – Bupronorphine
  • Ask The Experts – your questions answered (featuring Changing diets; Are some pellets better than others; Why don’t they like their home?; How can I report my concerns?; Air travel)
  • Tales from the Helpline – accidental litters
  • RSPCA Overview – interview with Chief Inspector Charlton
  • Back to Nature – banish boredom
  • Your letters
  • Rabbit Round Up – the latest rabbit news
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • 2015 RWAF Facebook auction
  • The Dutch Foundation of Rabbit Concerns
  • Worldwide Wabbits – rabbits on the Internet
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Pawprints

Spring 2016

  • Bloat – looking at this distressing condition
  • Ailments across the seasons – how do seasonal changes affect your rabbits?
  • Drug focus – Sulfatrim
  • When to separate rabbits – when should you, when shouldn’t you?
  • Post-operative care – how to care for your rabbit after surgery
  • Compassion fatigue – can caring too much make you ill?
  • Ask The Experts – your questions answered (featuring Help with claw clipping; What am I signing and why?; Rescuing the rescue centre)
  • Signs your rabbit needs to see a vet – when to call an emergency vet
  • Fibre in pellets – how important is the fibre percentage in pellets?
  • Tales from the Helpline – rabbit theft
  • Building a rabbit haven – one reader’s story
  • Children and loss – helping children cope with losing a rabbit
  • Bunny of the Year 2015 – the winners of our 2015 competition
  • Back to Nature – natural flystrike prevention
  • Your letters
  • The Dutch Federation of Rabbit Concerns
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Rabbit Roundup
  • World Wide Wabbits
  • Pawprints

Summer 2016

  • Osteoarthritis – not just old age
  • Boys will be boys – why do boys fight?
  • Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease 1 & 2 – the latest information
  • Stuck in moult – why do some rabbits stop moulting?
  • 20 years of the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund
  • How to clip claws
  • Ask the Experts – your questions answered (featuring Litter confusion; When is neglect serious enough for action?; Home checking worry; Can a conscious dental be done?;Why is he plucking his fur out?)
  • Rabbit Awareness Week 2016- Bunny Buddies
  • Legislation – The legislation that pet shops, petting zoos and mobile zoos have to follow
  • Sponsor a Rescue 2016 – introducing our 2016 rescues
  • Sponsor a Rescue 2015 – Last year’s rescues say thank you
  • Encouraging a sick rabbit to eat – some tips on how to get your rabbit eating again
  • Rex rabbits
  • Back to nature – gathering for winter
  • Thinking ahead – making provision for your rabbit in your will
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • Readers’ letters
  • Rabbit Roundup – the latest rabbit news
  • It’s my bunny
  • Worldwide Wabbits
  • The Dutch Foundation of Rabbit Concerns
  • Pawprints

Autumn 2016

  • Caring for a disabled rabbit – special care requirements
  • Health questions – Richard Saunders answers your queries
  • Ask the Experts – your questions answered (featuring Can I get my rabbit a guinea pig friend?; Help for happy handling; Walking with my rabbit; Neutering or vaccination, which first; Selling rules)
  • Is my rabbit neutered – how can you tell?
  • How to give eye and ear medications – medicating your rabbit safely
  • Drug focus – commonly used anaesthetic drugs
  • Head to tail – your rabbit’s eyes and ears
  • The 2016 RWAF Conference – a report on another successful conference
  • Tales from the Helpline – losing a bunny
  • Keeping houserabbits – caring for bunnies in your home
  • Volunteering and fundraising – how you can help rabbits
  • Common mistakes – ten mistakes when owning rabbits
  • Boarding rabbits – could you become a bunny boarder?
  • Digging – meeting your rabbit’s needs
  • Back to nature – foraging, the natural way of feeding
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Your Letters
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • Rabbit Round Up – the latest rabbit news
  • Worldwide Wabbits
  • Pawprints

Winter 2016

  • Ear based abscesses – signs, treatments and checking your rabbit’s ears
  • Ear base abscesses case story – vet Emma Keeble discusses the worst ear base abscess she has ever seen
  • Renal disease – Your rabbit’s kidneys and what can go wrong
  • Thymomas – Benign tumours associated with the thymus gland
  • Ask the Experts – Your questions answered (featuring Osteoarthritis help; Toileting troubles; How do I help the rabbits without losing a friend; Winter warmth)
  • How to clean your rabbit – washing your rabbit safely
  • Head to Tail – your rabbit’s mouth and teeth
  • Drug Focus –  Richard Saunders looks at vaccines
  • Tales from the Helpline –  caring for a bereaved bunny
  • Bunnies of the Year 2016 Competition (now closed to entries)
  • Keeping rabbits – what exactly is company?
  • Dijon’s castration – a neutered rabbit, or was he?
  • The Animal Welfare Act 2006 – how the Act relates to rabbits
  • Sudden temperature changes – the dangers of dramatic environmental temperature changes
  • Back to Nature – the twelve hazards of Christmas
  • Study results – measuring cortisol levels to assess enrichment
  • Arthur Bear’s story – living with a blind rabbit
  • Helping Hazel –  working totether to rescue Hazel
  • Campaing Update
  • The 2017 Rabbit Welfare Conferences – book your place
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Worldwide Wabbits
  • Rabbit Roundup
  • Pawprints

Spring 2017

  • Megacolon – problems in the digestive system
  • Sudden Death – potential causes
  • Ear Base Abscess survey – results of the RWAF survey
  • Head to Tail – your rabbit’s nose
  • Recognising pain – causes and the signs of pain
  • Ask the Experts – your questions answered (featuring Dietary Dilemma; Stamping problem; Why did part of her ear fall off?l How can I make her exercise?; How do I stop my friend getting a rabbit for her child?)
  • How to select insurance – selecting insurance for your rabbit
  • Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease 2 – the latest information
  • Outdoor safety – keeping your rabbits safe outside
  • Travelling with rabbits – how to make travelling as stress free as possible
  • A rescue story – the tale of a large scale rescue operation
  • 2016 Bunnies of the Year competition results – see who our winners are
  • Readers’ letters – you have your say
  • The 2017 RWAF Conference – book your place!
  • Tales from the Helpline – selecting a rabbit savvy vet
  • Back to nature – spring into action
  • Grooming your rabbit – caring for your rabbit’s coat
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • Rabbit Roundup – the latest rabbit news
  • It’s My Bunny – is it your rabbit?
  • Worldwide Wabbits – rabbits on the Internet
  • Pawprints – your photos
  • Can we help? – contacting the RWAF

Summer 2017

  • CT scans – how advanced imaging can help your vet
  • Head tilt – causes and treatments
  • Tear duct flushing – how and why vets flush the tear ducts
  • Physiotherapy – helping your rabbit keep nimble
  • Ask The Experts – your questions answered (featuring How can I stop her chewing my skirting boards?; Why are my rabbit’s eyes running?; How can I stop them breeding and selling rabbits?
  • Neutering rabbits – why, when and how are rabbits neutered
  • Head to tail – the digestive system
  • Rabbit Welfare Week – get involved in 2017 RAW
  • The 2017 RWAF Conference
  • Bunny cam – monitoring your rabbit when you’re not around
  • Why rabbits fight – the reasons behind fallouts and what to do
  • How to keep your rabbits cool – keeping the heat off in summer
  • Sponsor a Rescue 2017 – the 4 rescues that will benefit
  • Sponsor a Rescue 2016 – last year’s rescues say thank you
  • Tales from the Helpline – what is in a breed?
  • I’ve just noticed that – spotting problems
  • Back to nature – good gardening habits
  • Readers’ letters – you have your say
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • Rabbit Roundup – round up of the latest rabbit news
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Worldwide Wabbits – rabbits on the Internet
  • Pawprints – your photos

 

Autumn 2017

Focus on infectious diseases

  • Head to tail – focus on skin and fur
  • Myxomatosis and RVHD – fatal viral infections
  • Vaccinations explained – when and why your rabbits should be vaccinated
  • Pasteurellosis – bacterial infection that causes numerous symptoms
  • Biosecurity – preventing the spread of disease
  • Syphilis – Treponema cuniculi bacterial infection
  • Ask the Experts – your questions answered (featuring Confused about pellets; Are they bored?; Volunteering at a rescue; Litter training troubles)
  • RVHD2 owner’s story – one reader shares her story
  • The 2017 RWAF Conference
  • Handling – is handling your rabbits a pleasurable or a stressful experience for them?
  • Vaccination side effects – potential side effects from vaccinations
  • Myxomatosis diary – Delilah’s fight against myxomatosis
  • Enclosure sizes and behavioural effects – results of a recent study
  • Tales from the Helpline – preparing for winter
  • How to entertain your rabbits – providing mental and physical stimulation
  • Back to nature – Autumn  seeds
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • Readers’ letters
  • Rabbit Roundup
  • It’s my bunny
  • Worldwide Wabbits
  • Pawprints

Winter 2017

  • Marty’s story – Middle ear disease casebook
  • Caring for amputee rabbits – Looking after a 3 legged rabbit
  • Poisons – Dangers that lurk
  • Body Condition Scoring – How to check if your rabbits are the correct weight
  • Ask the Experts – Your questions answered (featuring Willow and Meloxicam, are they a safe nix?; Nursery dilemma; How do I bond a trio?; Arthritic bunny help)
  • Head to Tail – Focus on the nervous and skeletal systems
  • Tales from the Helpline – Variety in a wider diet
  • Hay – Different types you can offer your rabbits
  • Muesli diets – Explaining what problems muesli can cause
  • How to select flooring – Options for enclosures and litter
  • Longhaired rabbits – Caring for Angoras and other long haired rabbits
  • Bunny proofing – How to protect your home and keep your rabbits safe
  • Back to Nature – Top plants to grow for your rabbits
  • Bunnies of the Year 2017 – how to enter
  • Worlwide Wabbits – Rabbits on the Internet
  • Campaign Update – Keeping you informed
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Readers’ Letters – You have your say
  • Rabbit Roundup – Roundup of the latest rabbit news
  • Pawprints – Your photos

Spring 2018

Dental Disease Special

  • Dental Casebook – focus on a recent dental disease case
  • Calcium and Vitamin D – how the two link with dental disease
  • Dental extractions – removing and filing teeth
  • Anaesthesia – airway management options
  • Jaw abscesses – why they occur and treatment options
  • Head to tail – the urinary system
  • Ask the Experts – your questions answered (featuring New carpet concerns; Ringworm worry; Hop, skip and jump; Slimy problem)
  • Bunnies of the Year 2017 results
  • Syringe feeding – How, when and why to syringe feed
  • Hay – encouraging rabbits to eat more hay
  • Diet and dental disease – survey results
  • How to spot the signs of dental disease – signs your rabbit may show
  • Tales from the Helpline – moving house
  • 2018 RWAF Conference – book your place
  • Post-operative care – caring for your rabbit following dental surgery
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • Back to nature – plant focus – cleavers
  • Readers’ Letters – have your say
  • Rabbit roundup – the latest rabbit news
  • Worldwide wabbits – rabbits on the internet
  • It’s my bunnies – are these your rabbits
  • Pawprints – your photos

Summer 2018

  • Brachycephalic rabbits – the problems short-faced rabbits may encounter
  • Health checking – making sure your rabbit is healthy
  • Accidental litters – how to care for unexpected litters
  • Handling – Advice on how to make handling less stressful for rabbits
  • Head to Tail – reproductive systems
  • Ask the Experts – your questions answered (in this issue New baby worry, Should I vaccinate again? Evading capture)
  • Casebook – kidney removal case
  • Disinfectants – cleaning your rabbit’s environment
  • Sponsor a Rescue 2018 – our four rescues for 2018
  • Sponsor a Rescue 2017 – last year’s rescues say thank you
  • How to care for aging rabbits – looking after elderly rabbits
  • Diet reviews – making dietary changes to improve health
  • Tales from the Helpline – everyday enrichment ideas
  • Back to Nature – make a rabbit friendly garden
  • Visiting the vets – coping with vet visits
  • Pre- and Post-operative care – caring for your rabbit before and after surgery
  • Rabbit Round-up – roundup of the latest rabbit news
  • It’s My Bunny – is it your rabbit?
  • Campaign Update – keeping you informed
  • Worldwide Wabbits – rabbits on the Internet
  • Readers’ letters – have your say
  • Pawprints – your photos

Autumn 2018

  • Antibiotics – fighting bacterial infections
  • Common terms – veterinary terms your vet may use
  • Anaesthetic safety – what owners can do to help make anaesthesia safer
  • Head to tail – the feet
  • Cataracts – the causes including E. cuniculi and surgical options
  • Ask the experts – your questions answered (in this issue, How to bond, Vaccination worry, Holiday care, How do I deter cats from my garden, Can  keep the rabbit I found)
  • Rabbit health practices in the UK – study results
  • The 2018 RWAF Conference – another successful conference
  • Exits in enclosures – how many should you have?
  • How to slim your rabbit – ways to encourage weight loss
  • Your RWAF membership money – how your membership money gets spent
  • RWAF Focus – introducing Rachel Todd
  • Wild and domestic rabbits – the origins of domestication and caring for wild rabbits in a domestic setting
  • Saying goodbye – euthanasia explained
  • Tales from the helpline – bonded bunny bust-ups
  • Back to nature – growing microgreens
  • Feeding myths – common rabbit feeding myths
  • Rabbit roundup – roundup of the latest rabbit news
  • It’s my bunny – is it your rabbit?
  • Readers’ letters – you have your say
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • Worldwide Wabbits – rabbits on the Internet
  • Pawprints – your photos

Winter 2018

  • Foraging – encouraging natural activities
  • Handling at the vets – how owners and vets can reduce stress
  • Urine and faeces – vital clues these can give about your rabbit’s health
  • Gastrointestinal stasis and blockages – digestive system concerns
  • External parasites – mites, fleas, lice, ticks and tapeworm cysts
  • Ask the experts – your questions answered (in this issue –  Christmas tree safety worry; Fighting brothers; How do I make my garden rabbit-safe?; Why are rabbits sold in pet shops?)
  • RVHD2 vaccine – the Eravac vaccine
  • How to keep rabbits warm in winter – housing, encouraging activity and heat sources
  • Training your rabbits – Part 1 – Training theory
  • Home checking – what rescues look for when rehoming rabbits
  • Rabbit essentials – what vaccines your rabbits must have
  • Feeding – digestion and the correct diet
  • Book review – Guen Bradbury’s behaviour book
  • RWAF Focus – introducing Emma Boyd
  • Rabbit relinquishment – online study results
  • Back to nature – the ‘A’ of herbs
  • Support Adoption – how rescues can apply for funding
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • Rabbit Round Up – round up of the latest bunny news
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Worldwide Wabbits – rabbits on the Internet
  • Pawprints – your photos
  • Bunnies of the Year 2018 – entry details

Spring 2019

  • Vegetables – does feeding veg cause gas problems?
  • Digging – the importance of allowing your rabbits to dig
  • Resource guarding – food related aggression
  • How to get a faecal and urine sample – tips and ways to obtain samples
  • Stasis timeline – the consequences of gastrointestinal stasis
  • Ask the experts – your questions answered (in this issue: Giant bunny queries; Ear worry; Population explosion)
  • Clicker training – Part 2 – training your rabbits
  • Predators – protecting your rabbits from danger
  • Rabbits 100 years ago – how rabbits were cared for a century ago
  • Rescue point of view – the costs involved for neutering and healthcare for rescue centres
  • The rabbit lawn – when grass isn’t just grass
  • RWAF Focus – introducing Ros Lamb
  • Back to nature – The ‘B’ of herbs
  • Bunnies of the Year 2018 results – competition winners
  • It’s my bunny – is it your rabbit?
  • Worldwide wabbits – rabbits on the Internet
  • Rabbit round up – round up of the latest rabbit news
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • Readers’ letters – you have your say
  • Pawprints – your photos

Summer 2019

  • Companionship – the importance of social behaviour
  • Physiotherapy – how physio may benefit rabbits
  • How to nebulise – step by step guidelines
  • Poisonous plants – do rabbits naturally avoid them?
  • Ask the Experts – your questions answered (in this issue – Why is she drinking urine?; How do I encourage them to play?; Mounting behaviour problem)
  • A rabbit meadow – how to grow your own
  • Rescue point of view – the reasons why rabbits are given up to rescues
  • Sponsor a rescue 2019 – introducing the four rescues for this year’s scheme
  • 2019 RWAF CPD – Rabbit CPD for 2019
  • Rabbit Rescue – a large-scale rescue which the RWAF organised
  • Rabbit breeder study – Nottingham Veterinary School and The University of Winchester study results
  • Rabbit Awareness Week – the 2019 campaign
  • Rabbit welfare survey – the results of a recent pet rabbit welfare survey
  • Back to Nature – the ‘C’ of herbs
  • Rabbit essentials – feeding rabbits correctly
  • RWAF Focus – introducing Alan Wilson
  • Readers’ letters – have your say
  • It’s My Bunny
  • Worldwide Wabbits – rabbits on the Internet
  • Campaign update – keeping you informed
  • Rabbit roundup – roundup of the latest rabbit news
  • Pawprints – your photos

Autumn 2019

Fear Free Special Issue

  • The body language of fear – how rabbits communicate feeling fearful
  • Fireworks – helping your rabbit cope with this stressful time
  • Single rabbit fear – fears that single rabbits are exposed to
  • Ask The Experts – your questions answered (in this issue – New rabbit advice; When is the right time?; Online selling concern)
  • The causes of fear – what scares rabbits?
  • Rabbit essentials – neutering rabbits
  • Vetlife – compassion for the veterinary profession
  • Handling recap – handling to reduce fear and stress
  • Mobile zoos and petting farms – stresses involved, legislation and what you can do
  • Rescue POV – the pressures and worries rescues face
  • Enrichment to reduce fear – the environment your rabbits need to reduce fear
  • 1st June Essentials CPD – RWAF Conference report
  • Handling young rabbits – socialisation times for young rabbits to increase handling acceptance
  • Rabbit rescue – RWAF funded rescue
  • RWAF Focus – Instroducing Richard Saunders
  • Back to Nature – the ‘D’, ‘E’ and ‘F’ of herbs
  • Readers’ letters – you have your say
  • Rabbit Roundup – roundup of the latest rabbit news
  • Campaign update – keeping your informed
  • It’s my bunny – is it your rabbit?
  • Worldwide Wabbits – rabbits on the Internet
  • Pawprints – your photos

Winter 19

  • Choking dangers – the difference between choking and choke and what to do when it happens to your rabbit
  • Vaccinations – correct vaccination schedules and are there risks with over vaccinationg?
  • Ethics – using harnesses on rabbits
  • How to – health check your rabbits
  • Rabbit Essentials – selecting a rabbit savvy vet
  • Ask The Experts – your questions answered (In this issue -Unloved rabbit; Winter playtime; She prefers clean shaven!; What information can I trust on the Internet?
  • Cancers – common cancers that can affect rabbits
  • Lop eared rabbits – study results of the incidence of dental and ear problems affecting lop eared rabbits
  • Lawn care – what’s safe and dangerous to use on your rabbit’s grazing
  • Post mortem examinations – why they can be useful and what they entail
  • Bonding rabbits – how to introduce a new companion
  • RWAF Focus – introducing Claire Speight
  • RWAF sanctuary rabbits – new series! – the rabbits in the care of the RWAF
  • Rescue POV – dealing with accidental litters born in rescue
  • Hopping – how and why rabbits hop
  • Back to Nature – the ‘G’ and ‘H’ of common herbs
  • Readers’ letters – have your say
  • Rabbit roundup – roundup of the latest rabbit news
  • Campaign Update – keeping you informed
  • The RWAF 2020 Conference – latest details
  • Pawprints – your photos
  • Cover Star Competition (now closed) – enter your rabbits to make them an RO cover star