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.
Haemaphysalis leporispalustris is one of the widespread ticks that affect bunnies that is hosts specific. Let us look at its overview, their life cycle as well as control and treatment.
What is coccidia in rabbits? What symptoms should you expect and how can coccidiosis in these pets be treated and controlled?
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.
Rabbits like any other vertebrates may be vulnerable to some species roundworms. Which are the common types of these nematodes that affect bunnies and how can they be noticed, treatment and prevented?
Tapeworms (taenia or cestodes) is one of the endoparasites that can affect rabbits. These ribbon-like, flat, segmented worms (with exception…
Rabbits can get ringworms. Although this rabbit skin problem is not so common, it does occur in some cases. Here are the symptoms you may notice, treatment options, prevention measures, and much more.
Do rabbits get worms and can they pass them to human beings? Here are the common types of worms that affect these lagomorphs include tapeworms, roundworms, and pinworms (Passalurus ambiguus).
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.