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Rabbit Removal Experts

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October 26, 2021

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We specialise in
rabbit control and removal

The rabbit, though vastly widespread around the UK in large numbers, is not a native species to the British Isle’s.

Have you got a problem with Rabbits?

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You can either call us on
0800 592011 or fill out our simple contact form.

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One of our pest control experts will call you or reply via email to arrange the appointment instantly.

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Our Rabbit treatment is guaranteed and we will be at the end of the phone if you need us.


Rabbit (Oryctolagus Cuniculus)

They are a communal species living within a warren consisting of an intricate and complex system of burrows, often with entrances hidden in dense vegetation.  

Their incredible digging ability can cause serious problems for people and animals alike with the possibility of horses and livestock breaking legs falling into rabbit holes.

As a grazing animal, rabbits can cause major damage to sprouting crops and well kept lawns and the like, with large populations known to entirely remove grass areas.



  • Adults up to 40cm long head and body length
  • Colours vary, ranging from light sandy to dark grey and even black
  • Small white tail often the last thing seen as they disappear down a hole


  • Small home range of around 150-200m though can exceed 400m
  • Graze a range of herbage though favour higher nutritional value foods
  • Primarily nocturnal though can be seen in daytime certainly during warmer summer months

Life Cycle

  • Star to breed from 3-4 months old
  • Pregnancy lasts 28-30 days
  • Average litters of 5 young
  • Capable of producing up to 4 or 5 litters per year
  • Average lifespan of around 9 years in the wild

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