Runny Eyes, Runny Nose in Rabbits

One of the most frequent questions I am asked via the House Rabbit Society’s online Rabbit Health link is, “My rabbit’s nose and eyes are running. Did he catch a cold from me?” Fortunately, your bunny cannot contract a human cold, as the viruses that cause such misery in humans are not . . . → Read More: Runny Eyes, Runny Nose in Rabbits

Are your Pet’s Vaccinations Up-to-Date?

August is National Immunization Awareness Month

Are you and your pet outside hiking, swimming & running all day? Please make sure your pet stays current with all their vaccinations.

Vaccinations are beneficial to your family, not just your pet. Leptospirosis and Rabies are contagious to all family members.

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Thinking about getting a Pet Rabbit?

Is a Rabbit the Right Pet for You?

Rabbits are great, but they’re not a good match for everyone

From The Humane Society of the United States

 

Big ears, wiggly nose, cotton tail. Who can resist a darling rabbit, especially if you have kids who are pleading for one?

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Finding a Lost Pet

It’s every pet parent’s nightmare: Your beloved dog or cat has gotten loose, and you don’t know where he or she is. Don’t panic—there are many steps you can take to locate your little one. Swift action, coupled with major neighborhood networking, will increase the odds of having your furry friend back in your arms! . . . → Read More: Finding a Lost Pet

Wellness Exams

Regular wellness exams allow your veterinarian to evaluate your pet’s general health and become aware of any health problems before they become serious illnesses. Since your pet cannot vocalize his feelings, you must rely on regular physical examinations by a veterinarian and your at-home observations to assess your pet’s health. Your veterinarian may also . . . → Read More: Wellness Exams

Rabbit Housing

The best place for pets to live is indoors with their human families, and this applies to rabbits, too. Many bunnies today live as house rabbits, roaming freely throughout the home just like dogs and cats do.

Outdoor dangers

There are several reasons rabbits shouldn’t live outdoors:

Domestic rabbits are different from their wild relatives—they . . . → Read More: Rabbit Housing