Health Guide

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Please note that I am not a vet. I have wrote many
of these articles from experience and I will not be held responsible if
something here doesn’t work for you. If you’re rabbit has something that
could possibly kill it, take him to a vet. Vets around here don’t know
ANYTHING about rabbits, so I have had to learn to care for them myself.

If your rabbit has any of the following symptoms, please
rush him/her to a vet immediately.

  • Paralysis
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Weak, unresponsive
  • Massive bleeding
  • Seizures
  • Broken bones
  • Seems to be in A LOT of pain, constant screaming, etc.


The Basics:

Mouth & Teeth
Massive bleeding and cuts
Red Urine
Digestion Issues
Not eating/drinking
Skin & Fur Problems
Skeletal Problems
Heat Stroke


Reproduction Problems:

Pregnancy & Kindling
Caring for Orphaned Kits
False Pregnancy & Palpating for Babies
Problems with the doe
Problems with the buck