Understanding the causes, symptoms, and treatments is very important in dealing with tooth abscesses in rabbits. What causes them and how can they be dealt with?
What causes malocclusion in rabbit? What symptoms do you expect? Are there treatments that can help correct the problems?
Understanding the rabbit dental formula, anatomy, facts, and so on is essential in dealing with various rabbit teeth problems including disease or overgrowth as well as how to care for and ensure that these pets have healthy teeth.
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?
Rabbit teeth trimming is one of the common ways of dealing with maloccluded and overgrown incisors, molars and premolars. Learn the common techniques as well as the cost you may incur.
My rabbit is grinding his teeth, not eating, is salivating, has runny eyes and nose, is refusing to eat hard foods, has bad breath and swollen cheeks. Could this be due to rabbit teeth problems or diseases?
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.