About Us

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Founded in 2017, Rabbitspot is a website dedicated to rabbit owners. The Rabbitspot Editorial Team is responsible for running the site and s researching, writing, and publishing the content on the website.  Our aim is to use our years of rabbit-owning experience to pass on high-quality information. We hope that this can encourage more people to become loving and good rabbit owners. To present the best possible information, we work with veterinarians who have contributed and given their mark of approval to some of the content on our website.

Please note we don’t accept requests for guest posts or any form of sponsored content.Content
Rabbit Spot Editorial Team

Sheila Bates

Editor & Contributor

Sheila is a lifelong animal activist and tireless promoter of animal welfare. She is currently the proud pet parent of two Holland Lops, Jessica and Charlie.

Roy T. Wong

Writer & Researcher

One of our original founders, Roy T. studied veterinary medicine in college before launching his own pet care website. He has a Belgian Hare named Ralph.

Vets We Work With

Here’s your chance to meet some of the vets that helped us to make Rabbitspot the website it is today!

Dr. Beth Arnold 

Dr. Beth Ardnold

After working as a media planner for several years, Beth decided to follow her original dream and went back to school in 1995. Beth obtained a wildlife rehabilitation license, with her specialty being bunnies, and worked as an assistant in a vet clinic. She completed 2 years of prerequisites and was accepted into the school of veterinary medicine in 1998 at The Ohio State University and graduated in 2002.

She currently sees small animals with a focus in fuzzy exotics, her wheelhouse is rabbits. Beth helps with the wildlife rehabilitators in the area and offer services to the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center. Over the years she has had a myriad of animals including various rabbits, a 7 member chinchilla herd, cats, dogs, birds, mice, and chickens.

Dr. Joanna Woodnutt

Dr. Joanna Woodnutt

After graduating from university in 2016 she went on to work as a companion-animal vet in the U.K. Despite loving her patients she soon realized that she could only talk to a few clients an hour in a consult room. Jo started her own freelance website, and moved onto blog writing, editorials and writing for magazines and can now reach hundreds of owners at once and ensure they’re all receiving the information they need to look after their pets.

As a small animal vet in the UK, she’s spent a lot of time with rabbits, and they’ve come to be one of her favorite patients. Although also (as any rabbit owner will know) one of the more challenging ones! Educating and helping owners is of the utmost importance to Jo, so helping out at Rabbitspot means she can make sure the information out there is high-quality and helpful.