The Most Common Rabbit Diseases

Article By Adrienne Kruzer, RVT

| Featured on Spruce Pets

Rabbits are well-loved parts of many families that have the joy of caring for them. But unfortunately, and just like other pets, rabbits are prone to a variety of problems and diseases. Some diseases are more common than others and by being educated on . . . → Read More: The Most Common Rabbit Diseases

10 Common Rabbit Diseases, Illnesses, & Ailments (and How to Treat Them)

10 Common Rabbit Diseases, Illnesses, & Ailments (and How to Treat Them)

Article Featured on Morning Chores

In my time of raising rabbits (and communicating with a lot of others who raise rabbits) I’ve noticed there are certain illnesses and ailments that commonly occur in rabbits. It is important to understand these and also . . . → Read More: 10 Common Rabbit Diseases, Illnesses, & Ailments (and How to Treat Them)

Why You Shouldn't Buy a Bunny For Easter

Rabbits are prey animals. They don’t like being picked up and cuddled. The child wants to carry it around — but for a prey animal, such as a rabbit, it’s terrifying.

Is your household ready and willing to care for a new rabbit beyond the holiday?

Article by Jillian Blume | Featured on Petful.com

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GI Stasis in Rabbits: A Deadly Condition

GI Stasis in Rabbits: A Deadly Condition

When considering rabbit health, it is important to note that rabbits tend to hide signs of ailing health because they are prey animals. In the wild, sick animals are pinpointed by predators first. This self-preserving instinct to hide illness lives on in domesticated rabbits, so it is . . . → Read More: GI Stasis in Rabbits: A Deadly Condition

Preventive Health Exams Are Key to Your Pet’s Good Health

Preventive Health Exams Are Key to Your Pet’s Good Health

Protect your pet’s health and quality of life by taking it to your veterinarian for a health exam at least once per year. Twice a year is recommended, especially for senior pets.

A health exam will help determine the general well-being of your pet and . . . → Read More: Preventive Health Exams Are Key to Your Pet’s Good Health

Partial or Complete Loss of Muscle Control in Rabbits

Partial or Complete Loss of Muscle Control in Rabbits

Paresis is defined as weakness of voluntary movement, or partial paralysis, while paralysis is the complete lack of voluntary movement.

Symptoms and Types

Four of the main types of motor dysfunction include:

Quadriparesis or tetraparesis – weakness of voluntary movements in all limbs Quadriplegia or tetraplegia . . . → Read More: Partial or Complete Loss of Muscle Control in Rabbits