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Abscesses are a common problem for rabbits. They can present as an abnormal swelling or as an open draining infection for example from their tear ducts.
Dacryocystitis is inflammation or infection of the tear duct. The clinical signs are usually a milky white discharge coming from the eye and/or the nose, causing the fur underneath to become damp and matted.
1. Feeding: Rabbits are herbivores- animals that need a plant based diet. The most important part of their diet which they require to stay healthy is fibre.
Dental disease is one of the most common reasons we see rabbits in the clinic.
Diarrhoea is a common problem in pet rabbits. It may be a very serious condition and you should contact us if your rabbit has diarrhoea.
E.Cuniculi is a disease caused by the parasite Encephalitozoon cuniculi.
Rabbits are herbivores - animals that need a plant based diet. Rabbits like to spend the majority of their time foraging as they would in the wild, looking for tasty food like grass, hay or plants.
During the summer months your rabbit is at an increased risk of having Flystrike.
Gut stasis is a commonly occurring problem. It is when your rabbit's gut motility slows down. Appetite, food intake and gut motility all depend on each other.
Your rabbit should be protected against two major diseases called Myxomatosis and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease (both strains).
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