Oxbow Animal Health & Education for Rabbits

Oxbow Animal Health & Education for Rabbits

Oxbow Animal Health & Rabbit Savior

We are excited to announce that OXBOW AND RABBIT SAVIOR have teamed up in order to really make a change to the rabbit narrative. Our collaboration with Oxbow will provide only the best and up-to-date information for new, existing and future bunny parents.

Here you’ll find educational videos, a downloadable care guide and blog posts courtesy of Oxbow Animal Health.

Featured Products

Enriched Life Apple Stick Bundle, Timmy Pops and Simple Rewards Banana Treats

Keeping your bunny mentally stimulated is just as important as keeping a good diet. This is why Rabbit Savior recommends Oxbow’s Enrichment Life products. This week we are featuring the Apple Stick Bundle and Timmy Pops – both toys keep bunnies busy, stimulated and help to keep their teeth naturally trimmed.

Simple Rewards are just that – simple. Made with 100% freeze-dried banana in the perfect portion, you can rest assured that you are feeding your bunny the perfect treat.

Oxbow Essentials Senior Rabbit & Senior Guinea Pig Food

Ask a Vet: Rabbit Edition

The Latest Information on Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus 2 (RHDV2) for Rabbit Pet Parents

The Inside Scoop on Rabbit Poops – Oxbow Animal Health

Oxbow Rabbit Care Guide


From hay, greens, to rabbit behavior and housing, this care guide from Oxbow Animal Health will teach you everything you need to know about keeping your pet rabbit healthy and happy.

DIY Small Pet Enrichment Toys

Want to make a fun and enriching toy for your small pet? Here are four great toys that you can make yourself using objects from around your home as well as hay fines!

Natural Science Multi-Vitamin

Vitamins are an extremely important part of any animal’s diet but can sometimes be overlooked because they are needed in relatively small quantities. 

What Are the Best Vegetable and Leafy Greens for Rabbits?

Greens and veggies are loaded with incredible nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, not to mention water that provides essential hydration to your little ones.

Bladder Sludge in Rabbits and Guinea Pigs

Bladder sludge. Bladder stones. Hypercalciuria. Urolithiasis. Whichever term you may be familiar with, they all describe one of the most common heath concerns facing our little critters, especially rabbits and guinea pigs.