HAIRBALLS IN RABBITS

By | October 6, 2010

Hairballs (Trichobezoars) are a common rabbit problem. The presence of hairballs is linked to inadequate dietary roughage, grooming during shedding, hormonal influences causing fur-barbering and…

Gastrointestinal Disease in Rabbits

Gastrointestinal diseases in rabbits are more commonly referred to as enteritis and diarrhea. The occurence of enteritis and/or diarrhea can be directly related to diets high in carbohydrates.

Pasteurellosis in Rabbits

This article is about Pasteurellosis which is an endemic bacterial disease in rabbits caused by a gram-negative rod bacterium called Pasteurella multocida.

Pododermatitis (Sore Hocks) in Rabbits

Pododermatitis or sore hocks in rabbits is the thickening, inflammation, scab formation and generalized infection of the hock.