F10 is a hospital and veterinary grade disinfectant which achieves a broad spectrum kill of a wide range of potentially harmful micro-organisms and is active against bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores.
Unlike other strong disinfectants on the market, F10 has no adverse side effects on people, animals, or on equipment and surfaces. It is completely safe to use in presence of rabbits and poses no personal or bio-hazard when used at the recommended concentrations.
It is also ecologically friendly and biodegradable.
Hay and grass should make up at least 80% of your rabbits diet! That is a bundle of hay around the same size as your bunnies body! There are a few reasons why hay should be offered daily in unlimited quantity. Firstly rabbits teeth grow at a rate of 2-3mm a week continuously for their ENTIRE LIVES!! Yep every day those teeth are growing so eating lots of hay helps grind those teeth down naturally. If those teeth don't get worn down then can suffer terribly from painful and expensive dental issues like abscesses and malocclusion.
Another reason hay is so important is rabbits have complex digestive systems. The long fibers that make up hay, keep their digestive tract healthy and moving. If a rabbits stomach and intestines stop working or slow down too much they can suffer from a potentially fatal condition called Gastrointestinal Stasis (G.I Stasis). GI Stasis is not an illness but a symptom of another
underlying problem. If left untreated it can become an emergency situation extremely
quickly and death can occur in as little as 12 hours! GI Stasis is the condition of food not moving through the gut as normal or not moving as quickly as normal. A rabbit's gut can become static for several
different reasons such as stress, dehydration, pain from an
underlining disorder or illnesses like dental problems, wind, infections,
intestinal blockages or not enough fiber in the diet.
The gut contents starts to compact into a hard immobile mass therefore blocking the digestive tract. Food matter may also start to ferment causing a gas build up and as rabbits can not vomit or burp this results in extreme pain for the rabbit.