Welcome to Rabbitive – Rabbit guides by certified rabbit farmers!
Whether you are a new or experienced rabbit owner, we welcome you to our blog and look forward to answering your questions. We have everything a rabbit lover would need.
The editorial staff at Rabbitive is a 4-person team of certified rabbit farmers with over 45 years of combined experience in rabbitry and animal health.
We’ve all worked in the Rabbit unit of the College of Animal Science and Animal Production of the Federal University Of Agriculture, Umudike.
We are dedicated to sharing our love for rabbits and providing valuable information about rabbit care, nutrition, and well-being. We believe that by educating rabbit owners, we can help improve the lives of rabbits everywhere.
You should check the Rabbit Dictionary – The best place for new owners to start and familiarize themselves with the Rabbitry lingo.
Our mission is to create a community of informed and responsible rabbit owners, foster a greater appreciation for these beautiful animals, and promote the best practices in rabbit care, health, and management. We strive to provide accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive information to our readers.
Our vision is to become the leading online resource for rabbit-related information and inspire a global community of rabbit lovers dedicated to the highest standards of rabbit care. We aim to cultivate a world where rabbits are treated with love, respect, and understanding.
Our Editorial Process
We are committed to delivering accurate, high-quality information to our readers. Our editorial staff carefully researches and fact-checks each article to ensure its accuracy and relevance.
We try to keep our answers concise and focused on addressing the specific question or topic rather than beating about the bush with lengthy, unnecessary, overly detailed explanations.
However, if you require a more in-depth explanation or answer, all you need to do is comment on the article in question, and we are always happy to help.
Where Journals, research works, publications, and other resources are consulted in any article, they will be cited within and/or referenced at the end of the article, as shown in the images below.
To avoid bias in our articles, we DO NOT participate in any form of affiliation (where we get some commission for recommending services/products that we may not have tested or used in our rabbitry).
Here are some photos from one of the units in our rabbitry.
Though the articles on Rabbitive undergo a thorough editorial review and fact-checking, it’s for informational purposes only.
It should not be substituted for the advice of a physical veterinarian who will give recommendations and appropriate treatment based on their physical examination of your rabbit.
We hope you like our content as much as we appreciate providing them to you. If you have found something incorrect or believe there’s a need to add extra information to an article, don’t hesitate to contact us anytime.