Pets at Home make stance on muesli
PETS at Home in Loughborough supported Rabbit Awareness Week ( June 2-10) by continuing its ban on selling rabbit muesli, an initiative that has been in place since April 2013.
Rabbit Awareness Week (RAW) is an annual event, where experts such as vets, pet retailers, welfare charities and manufacturers work together to educate people on how to give owned rabbits the best care possible.
This year’s theme is ‘Move Away from Muesli’, which is raising awareness around the dangers of selective feeding, encouraging owners to use a high-quality, hay based diet.
Paul Manners, store manager at Pets at Home Loughborough, said: “We haven’t sold rabbit muesli at Pets at Home for five years now.
“It’s great that RAW is continuing to draw attention to this issue and we hope that ‘Move Away from Muesli’ helps make a real difference to the welfare of all rabbits, by ensuring they are fed the right diet to keep them healthy and happy.”