Gastrointestinal Stasis: The S...

Feb 10, 2013 by

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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Disorders of the Cecum

Jan 22, 2013 by

The healthy functioning of the cecum is critical to the overall health of a rabbit. Gaining an understanding of how this large organ...

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Orphaned Baby Bunnies: Wild an...

Jan 22, 2013 by

Wild Rabbits – Orphaned or Not? Wild babies are most often not orphaned!  Many people mean well when they contact HRS after...

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Intermittent Soft Cecotropes i...

Jun 10, 2012 by

*Please note that it will be helpful to the understanding of this disease if you first read the Care of Rabbits handout in order to...

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The Perils of Bunny Obesity

Jan 15, 2012 by

There are important reasons why you must not give in to your rabbit’s adorable begging. Once a rabbit becomes overweight it can...

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Digestibility in the Rabbit Di...

Jul 10, 2011 by

Rabbits have a very round-about, complicated way of getting their food digested, and they do not process all foods equally well. For...

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Soft Stools

Jul 10, 2011 by

Last September, the day before the due date of my son, our rabbit stopped eating and going to the bathroom. Luckily, we had time...

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Sluggish Motility in the Gastr...

Jul 10, 2011 by

My rabbit hasn’t pooped in about three days. My friend says he has a hairball in his stomach and I should give him pineapple...

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The Mystery of Rabbit Poop

Jun 10, 2011 by

If you have an infant or juvenile rabbit suffering from runny stool, you should consider it a life-threatening emergency requiring...

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