To a Long Life: Geriatric Work...

Feb 10, 2013

  Needless to say, when we learned that 6-year old Zoe’s liver enzymes were elevated, we were worried. I saw enough fatty...

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Head Tilt: Causes and Treatmen...

Feb 10, 2013

Editor’s Note: This article is not meant to help the lay person diagnose and treat head tilt, and any rabbit showing signs of...

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Poisonous Plants

Feb 10, 2013

Also visit the ASPCA’s Toxic Plant List and Wisconsin House Rabbit Society’s poisonous plant list (pdf) It is difficult...

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The Importance of Analgesia (P...

Feb 10, 2013

 Rabbits, like other companion animals, are being taken to veterinarians in increasing numbers.   Over the last two decades there...

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Gastrointestinal Stasis: The S...

Feb 10, 2013

It’s an all too familiar story. “My bunny stopped eating, and then she just died.” When we ask for details, we often...

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What Do Rabbits See?

Feb 10, 2013

Many house rabbit “parents” are curious to know what the world looks like to their lagomorph companion. Why does it seem...

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Appropriate Use of Antibiotics...

Feb 7, 2013

Antibiotics are used to treat bacterial infections. When needed for treatment of an infection in a rabbit, these drugs should be...

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Resources for Veterinarians

Feb 6, 2013

MediRabbit.com Professional Organizations and Online Discussion Groups Rabbit-related Textbooks and Reference Materials for the...

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Temperature, Heart and Respira...

Feb 5, 2013

A rabbit’s temperature, pulse rate and respiration rate are all indicators of whether he or she is healthy. You should...

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Behind-the-Scenes Assistants: ...

Feb 1, 2013

The work of HRS that is primarily seen by the public is the work of our two fundamental missions, rescuing unwanted rabbits from...

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Textbooks and Reference Materi...

Feb 1, 2013

Following is an extensive listing of reference materials for the veterinary professional looking to gain knowledge about all aspects...

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Tumors in Rabbits

Feb 1, 2013

Both male and female rabbits can develop many forms of cancer, and any organ can be a primary site – or a secondary site as a result...

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