for a healthy adult rabbit, we recommend a visit to our clinic
We specialize in rabbit care, with trained veterinarians who can give your pet bunny the longest and happiest life.
Some of the most important things to make sure your rabbit is well taken care of include:
RABBIT Care Instructions
We also take great time in investing in the diet of your rabbit. Making sure they are getting adequate nutrients, much like humans, is key to maintaining their long-term health. If you are noticing any odd behaviors, or it is time for a check-up, please give us a call or schedule an appointment online for us to see your bunny.
Unlike a dog, cat, or human, a bunnies teeth grow very rapidly and can actually grow multiple feet over it’s lifetime. With an abundance of movement happening in their mouths, you can understand how your pet’s teeth need some extra care. While chewing can help, often times, our pets aren’t chewing quite as much as they need. Also, while helpful, the over-chewing and eating of pellets can lead to an unhealthy diet.
The good news is that there are a handful of things you can watch for as a bunny parent. If you notice any of these things, you’ll want to schedule a dental check up quickly:
- Dropping food from its mouth
- Facial swelling
- Increased salivation
- Selective appetite for soft foods or decreased appetite
- Overgrowth of incisors (front teeth) from lack of wear
- Discharge from the eyes due to compression of the tear ducts from overgrown tooth roots