The weight of your rabbit should stay reasonably consistent once they are an adult. Any weight loss or weight gain may suggest an underlying health issue or indicate that you need to make some adjustments to their everyday diet.
As leading UK suppliers of professional veterinary scales, we’ve created the following guide to help you determine a healthy weight for your rabbit.
As a leading supplier of weighing scales, Marsden sells thousands of weighing scales each year both across the UK and around the world.
There are endless uses of a weighing scale, from improving efficiency in the warehouse to weighing people, animals, or ensuring you’re paying the correct price for your goods.
When delving into the world of animal weights and veterinary scales; if you’re wondering what a healthy weight for your horse is, there are a few factors you should consider.
As you’ll be aware, horses come in a range of sizes, from miniature horses to draught horses, and the ideal weight will depend on breed as well as age.
Many of us have a canine companion, and whether your furry friend is a puppy or an adult, it is vital to have an idea of your dog’s ideal weight, especially when it comes to mealtimes.
Across the UK, many pet owners are guilty of overfeeding their dog and knowing what weight is healthy for your dog can help to minimise the risk of obesity or health complications such as heart disease, diabetes and arthritis.
It can be easy to over-feed our furry friends with treats and large meals but maintaining your cat’s weight can be really important as obese or overweight cats can be at risk of a number of health conditions including diabetes, pancreatitis, arthritis and even skin sores.
Discover the healthy weight for your cat with our informative guide.
Last year we discovered that 54% of pet owners don’t weigh their pet at home. Moreso, 47% of those surveyed only weigh their pets annually at the vets. Then lockdown struck.
Weighing your pets is now harder than ever and it’s reflected in the pet obesity rate. According to Wakefield Research, 33% of pets have gained weight during lockdown with 40% of respondents confessing they’ve been feeding their pet more snacks and treats while at home.
Everybody loves pets, but these owners got a little more than they were expecting when their pets grew to be world record holders for the heaviest pets and the biggest of their breeds!
Want to find out if your pet is a record-breaker? Check out our range of professional veterinary scales ideal for weighing all types of pets and animals from hamsters to cats, dogs and even livestock.
Are you asking yourself questions like “is my cat overweight?” or “is my cat healthy?” It may be because your furry friend is looking a little on the large side or perhaps their coat isn’t quite as shiny.
Results from our recent survey with Burgess Pet Care showed some revealing results about how we may not be keeping our eye on the ball when it comes to weight.