Rabbit Advice

Abscesses In Rabbits
Abscesses In Rabbits

Abscesses In Rabbits

Abscesses are a common problem for rabbits. They can present as an abnormal swelling or as an open draining infection...
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Blocked Tear Ducts – Dacryocystitis
Blocked Tear Ducts - Dacryocystitis

Blocked Tear Ducts – Dacryocystitis

Dacryocystitis is inflammation or infection of the tear duct. The clinical signs are usually a milky white discharge coming from...
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Caring For Your Rabbit
Caring For Your Rabbit

Caring For Your Rabbit

1. Feeding: Rabbits are herbivores- animals that need a plant based diet. The most important part of their diet which...
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Dental Disease In Rabbits
Dental Disease In Rabbits Rabbit Advice

Dental Disease In Rabbits

Dental disease is one of the most common reasons we see rabbits in the clinic. Dental problems can present with...
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Diarrhoea In Rabbits
Diarrhoea In Rabbits Rabbit Advice

Diarrhoea In Rabbits

Diarrhoea is a common problem in pet rabbits. It may be a very serious condition and you should contact us...
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E.Cuniculi (Encephalitozoon Cuniculi)
E.Cuniculi Rabbit Advice

E.Cuniculi (Encephalitozoon Cuniculi)

E.Cuniculi is a disease caused by the parasite Encephalitozoon cuniculi. It is not as well known as Mxyomatosis or RHD...
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Feeding Your Rabbit
Feeding Your Rabbit Rabbit Advice

Feeding Your Rabbit

Rabbits are herbivores- animals that need a plant based diet. Rabbits like to spend the majority of their time foraging...
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Flystrike In Rabbits
Flystrike Rabbit Advice

Flystrike In Rabbits

During the summer months your rabbit is at an increased risk of having Flystrike. This is caused by flies which...
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Gut Stasis In Rabbits
Gut Stasis In Rabbits Rabbit Advice

Gut Stasis In Rabbits

Gut stasis is a commonly occurring problem. It is when your rabbit's gut motility slows down. Appetite, food intake and...
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Myxomatosis In Rabbits
Rabbit Advice Vaccination

Myxomatosis In Rabbits

Your rabbit should be protected against two major diseases called Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (both strains). These can be potentially fatal....
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Neutering Your Female Rabbit – Spay
Neutering Rabbit Advice

Neutering Your Female Rabbit – Spay

What is a rabbit spay? This operation involves surgical removal of the entire uterus (womb) and ovaries via a midline...
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Neutering Your Male Rabbit – Castration
Neutering Rabbit Advice

Neutering Your Male Rabbit – Castration

What is castration? This operation involves surgical removal of both testes via an incision over or in front of your...
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Rabbit Castration Advice
Neutering Rabbit Advice

Rabbit Castration Advice

Once you have made an appointment for your pet to be neutered, it is important that your pet eats as...
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Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (RHD)
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Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (RHD)

RHD (also known as Viral Haemorrhagic Disease VHD) is a viral disease which is spread between rabbits by direct contact...
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Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease RHD2
Rabbit Advice Vaccination

Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease RHD2

It has been discovered that there is now a second strain of RHD (Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease) RHD2. Rabbits infected with...
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Rabbit Housing
Rabbit Advice Rabbit Housing

Rabbit Housing

Rabbits are social animals so should be kept with other rabbits for company. Female rabbits (does) can be housed together...
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Rabbit Neutering Post Operative Care
Neutering Rabbit Advice

Rabbit Neutering Post Operative Care

These instructions have been prepared to help you with your pet's recovery. They will have had a general anaesthetic today...
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Rabbit Spay Advice
Neutering Rabbit Advice

Rabbit Spay Advice

Once you have made an appointment for your pet to be neutered, it is important that your pet eats as...
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Rabbits And Fireworks
Rabbit Advice Rabbits And Fireworks

Rabbits And Fireworks

by Burgess Help protect rabbits The key stress triggers to avoid regarding fireworks are; Noise – the inevitably loud bangs...
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Vaccinating Your Rabbit
Rabbit Advice Vaccination

Vaccinating Your Rabbit

Your rabbit should be protected against two major diseases called Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (both strains). These can be potentially fatal....
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