Natural Remedies for Rabbits
Rabbits can have unique health problems that affect only their species, as well as issues that affect humans, cats, and dogs. Giving your sick rabbit natural remedies can help support their recovery and give them a better quality of life. The holistic supplements by NHV are gentle and safe for long-term use.
How Natural Remedies Can Support Rabbits
NHV remedies can give sick rabbits relief from urinary tract problems, cancer symptoms, hairballs, parasites, infections, and arthritis. Our supplements can also give everyday support to vital organs like the liver, kidney, bladder, and urinary tract system. Our supplements can be a big help in getting your rabbit’s health back on track.
Health Conditions that Affect Rabbits
Rabbits are susceptible to health conditions just like our other household pets are. When you notice changes in your pet’s behavior, it can be a sign of an underlying health problem. If you suspect your rabbit is sick, take them to the vet for a checkup. Below is a list of the common health problems that rabbits can contract.
- Arthritis - Pain and inflammation of the joints.
- Hairballs - Occur when a rabbit grooms itself. Hairballs can be regurgitated or cause intestinal blockages.
- Overgrown teeth - A rabbit’s teeth become overgrown and cause problems when eating.
- Parasites - Tiny creatures, like mites, fleas, and worms, that externally or internally feed off your pet.
- Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus - An often fatal disease spread by mosquitoes that can cause liver damage and blood clotting.
- Snuffles - Bacteria that causes discharge in the eyes and nose, and can sometimes result in abscesses.
- Uterine Tumours - Lumps that are often cancerous.
- Urinary Tract Issues - Bladder stones, urinary crystals, and urinary infections can all affect rabbits.
Frequently Asked Questions
Won’t my rabbit be fine if they just hack up their hairballs?
In many cases, your rabbit will be fine from ingested hair. However, hairballs in the gut can cause serious blockages that may need invasive action to remove.
I think my rabbit is sick, when should I take it to the vet?
When symptoms persist for more than a few days, it is time to visit your vet for a diagnosis. NHV natural remedies for rabbits are safe to use with your vet’s recommended treatment.
How can I tell if my rabbit's teeth are overgrown?
When a rabbit’s teeth are overgrown, they get sharp and can cause damage to their cheeks and tongue. If your rabbit stops eating, it may have overgrown teeth and need treatment by a vet immediately.
Because animals can’t tell us how they are feeling, it can be difficult to detect when something is wrong. When you notice differences in their behavior, it can be a sign of a health issue. If these changes don’t subside after a few days, consult your vet for their professional opinion.
Use NHV natural remedies for sick rabbits to help ease symptoms and promote their recovery.