One of the possible causes of relentless scratching, restlessness, and agitation in rabbits is lice. What are they and how can they be treated?
Fur mites, ear mites, fleas, and ticks are some of the common external parasites that your pet rabbit may get. This post focuses on ticks which can plague both house pet rabbits as well as wild ones including cottontails and hares. You will get their life cycle, removal, treatment, and much more.
How do pinworms in rabbits look like, how can they be treated and prevented? Can they affect human beings? We have answers to all these concerns.
Bunny grooming entails many things some of which some people often forget. For instance, did you know it is important that you always clean your bunnies ears and remove earwax?
For those who love rabbits, ending up with rabbit allergy can be so disheartening. However, all hope should not be lost as there are ways you can cope up with these allergies without abandoning this pet. We have comprehensive coverage of this issue including bunny allergies symptoms you may notice.
Rabbit drooling or ptyalism has several causes. Understanding the causes, symptoms as well as a proper diagnosis is key in dealing with this problem.
Noticing the various rabbit ear mites symptoms early is important in effective treatment and preventing possible secondary infections. Here are causes, symptoms, treatments including the use of ivermectin and prevention.
What causes malocclusion in rabbit? What symptoms do you expect? Are there treatments that can help correct the problems?
Why are my rabbit’s teeth too long? Will trimming using teeth clippers or filing help wear them down? What are some of the preventive measures to stop incisor, premolars and molar overgrowth?
Without proper teeth care, a rabbit may end up with dental problems, disorders or diseases. Here are some of the ways you can care for and ensure your rabbit has healthy teeth.