Have a look at the rabbit’s teeth in the picture above. What you can see are the lower incisors coming out of the mouth and almost touching the nose. What you can’t see are the upper incisors curling
inside the mouth in a similar way.
Much further and any one of them will create a painful wound and prevent eating. Horrible! Why this happens is due to a fact that surprisingly few rabbit owners know.
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The photo above shows the typical appearance of a lump on a rabbit. Just like this one, most rabbit lumps are found on the head or neck.
There’s only one common cause, and you need to know what it is.
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Hair loss, itching and skin wounds are one of the most common and frustrating skin conditions of rats.
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Does your dog growl or snap at the vet? Just look at this one-star review of a decidedly one-star experience.
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The most common health problem in guinea pigs is itching and scratching caused by
mites. It’s a simple problem with a simple solution. However, as you’ll see, there’s also a lot of rubbish being said. Continue reading “Help! My Guinea Pig Has Mites”
What if I told you that your backyard chickens are carrying a respiratory illness? Even if they look perfectly fine. You’d have every right to be offended.
Well the truth is that most flocks carry
more than one disease, and yet many never seem to have a problem. You’re about to find out why. You’re also going to learn what to do when one breaks out. Continue reading “Respiratory Infections In Backyard Chickens”
A cat with dandruff may sound funny, but it’s not. So please no Head and Shoulders jokes. In a minute you’re going to see that none of the causes are trivial.
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(Quick guide) When your dog has a cough:
A young, social dog with no other signs of illness is at low risk An older dog or any with lethargy or loss of appetite is higher risk Dogs with an elevated breathing rate should see a vet urgently
Now dive deeper…
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