The Rabbit Clinic offers first opinion and referral services for all pet and exhibition rabbits.
We provide a first opinion service for owners of rabbits.
It is important that rabbits are protected against myxomatosis virus and viral haemorrhagic disease. These are both fatal diseases.
Rabbits require special care whilst under anaesthesia. Our team has dedicated monitoring and the latest drug therapy available to minimise the risks associated with anaesthesia.
Supportive care of rabbits is important as they can hide disease well and may be quite ill by the time they receive veterinary treatment.
We have access to the latest imaging techniques including, x rays, ultrasound, CT scanning and MRI.
We commonly deal with dental problems in rabbits as their teeth continuously grow.
We have invested in a wide range of miniature endoscopic instruments allowing us to perform a wide range of keyhole procedures in our patients.
We have a number of techniques to perform surgery safely in small patients and to minimise blood loss.
Laparoscopy otherwise known as Keyhole surgery is becoming increasingly used in veterinary medicine. In rabbits this has a huge benefit in identifying and treating disease early without subjecting the rabbit to major surgery.
This article was published on Jul 17, 2012