About Spindlehay Lodge Rabbit Boarding in Stubbington Fareham
We started back in 1995 when my daughter (Emma) and I decided to buy a couple of pet rabbits from a lady who then introduced us to a small
pet show in Wickham. It escalated from there where we then increased stock by keeping babies for showing, breeding for pets and later boarding,
due to huge demand from customers to look after their pets whilst on their holidays.
The most important thing is that babies get good homes and we hope we give the understanding and knowledge which is sometimes lacking due to
people not understanding these animals. This is why we give so much literature to all our customers and offer as much help as we can.
Although we do not breed anymore we welcome any advice we can give and we are a Member of the British Rabbit Council and have been for over 10 years!
Fur & Feather click here to view:
‘My Grandson Ben Kirby at our local pet rabbit show – Winner of the Best Pet in Show’
ALL RABBITS MUST BE VACCINATED FOR MYXI AND VHD
Although separate vaccines against myxomatosis and RHD were needed in the past, there is now a single combined vaccine offering protection against both diseases.
The single vaccines cannot be given at exactly the same time and myxomatosis boosters are needed every six months to ensure full protection.
The single myxomatosis vaccine can be given from 6 weeks old, with the single RHD vaccine being given at 8 weeks (as an interval of two weeks between the separate vaccines is needed).
The combined vaccine offers annual protection against both diseases and rabbits can be vaccinated from 5 weeks old.
Speak to your vet for advice about the most suitable vaccination course for your individual rabbits. Your vet can also advise you about the most appropriate age to vaccinate your rabbits.
OWING TO THE NATURE OF SMALL ANIMAL WELFARE WE CANNOT ACCEPT LIABILITY FOR YOUR RABBIT'S HEALTH.
ALTHOUGH WE OFFER ADVICE, VETERINARY ADVICE SHOULD WILL BE SOUGHT BY OUR LOCAL VET AND IS ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL.
IF PROBLEMS SHOULD OCCUR OR YOUR RABBIT BECOMES ILL THE OWNER IS LIABLE FOR ALL VETERINARY BILLS AND THE COSTS REIMBURSED BY THE OWNER.