Rabbits

  • We can recommend proper diet, housing, grooming, and even litterbox training
  • We also strongly suggest that you have your rabbit spayed or neutered
    • Rabbits  can potentially give birth once a month and they can also have up to 14 babies at a time
    • Spaying or neutering can protect your rabbit from several types of cancer and reduce or eliminate aggression
    • Spaying or neutering can reduce or eliminate other undesirable behaviors such as spraying, mounting, destructive chewing, and biting
  • With regular dental checkups, we can make sure problems with your rabbit’s teeth don’t turn into serious, potentially life-threatening conditions
  • Rabbits are susceptible to a variety of diseases and conditions, including overgrown teeth, hairballs, parasites, and cancer and they tend to hide signs of illness or pain
  • Contact us if your rabbit:
    • Has discharge from the eyes or nose, runny stool, or a gurgling stomach
    • Has an elevated or low temperature
    • Begins drooling, scratching at the ears, or sneezing
    • Starts tilting his or her head
    • Develops bald patches in his or her fur
    • Stops eating, appears quieter than normal, or shows other abnormal behavior