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Exotic Animal News Archive
Thirty-one per cent of UK rabbits in inadequate housing
29th June 2022
New research identifies where resources would be most effective.
Charity reports stark rise in unwanted rabbits
27th June 2022
The RSPCA has seen a 49 per cent increase in rabbits coming into its care.
Rabbit Awareness Week 2022 begins
27th June 2022
Organisers are encouraging vet practices to support the initiative.
RVC reveals significant new insights on hamsters
24th June 2022
Study finds most common disorders and average lifespan.
Monkeypox patients urged to avoid contact with pet rodents
30th May 2022
The UKHSA has raised concerns that the virus could get into domestic animals.
Study examines risk factors to tortoises during brumation
24th May 2022
Findings highlight importance of monitoring temperature and environment.
Tunnels and scent trails 'beneficial' to ferret welfare
21st April 2022
Study reveals best and worst types of enrichment keepers can provide.
Last reptile market in the UK loses venue
8th April 2022
Animal welfare organisations are celebrating the announcement.
FSA advises reptile owners over salmonella outbreak
20th December 2021
A product recall has been issued, alongside general vigilance advice.
BVA highlights welfare needs of reptiles
21st October 2021
The #ThinkTwice campaign asks potential reptile owners to ensure they are prepared.
Goldfish receives rare surgery to save eyesight
8th October 2021
The surgery took place at McDonald Vets in Glasgow.
Exotic pets go under the spotlight at BVNA Congress
2nd October 2021
Danielle Beck speaks on the sustainability of keeping reptiles as pets.