Call us any time if you have any concerns or questions regarding any aspects of your rabbit’s health or how to care for them.
- This parasite has recently found to be very common in the rabbit population; over 50% of animals have been infected, usually from their mother.
- In many cases the rabbit shows no signs but the parasite can attack the brain and urinary system.
- Rabbits can develop head tilt, paralysis and kidney disease, this disease can be fatal and unfortunately by the time the signs develop it may be too late.
- We recommend treating all rabbits with a course of Lapizole. This is a tasty aniseed flavour liquid, which rabbits seem to love. A 28 day course of this very safe drug has been shown to clear the parasite.