The rabbit ear mite, called Psoroptes cuniculi, is common in domestic rabbits. The ear mites, which are easily spread among rabbits and their environment, may infect one or both ears of your rabbit, causing irritation and crusting to occur in the infected ears. This condition can lead to significant discomfort for your rabbit and if it is not treated can lead to secondary infections in its advanced stages.
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Rabbits are easy to house, cheap to feed and produce a very good quality meat. One male rabbit buck and two females does given care and good feeding, will produce more than 50 rabbits a year. This means you can sell or eat almost one rabbit every week of the year.
Grooming your rabbit includes fur brushing, fur trimming as need be, mat removal, and removal of debris caught up in the rabbit's fur. Grooming also includes cleaning the eye areas, ears, the bottom side of your rabbit and nail trims. Care of the rabbit's fur and skin calls for your observation to check for the presence of parasites and your quick action to provide needed treatment.
Visit it today! As it turns out, a new study — by an ear, nose and throat doctor, naturally — looks at our preferences for deforming the chocolatey critters. It notes that an online survey of more than 28, Americans reveals that 59 percent of us eat the ears first. About 4 percent start at the other end with the feet or tail, while 33 percent are indiscriminate nibblers — meaning, they have no preference where they start, as long as their teeth meet chocolate.
If you check your rabbits carefully you will soon become familiar with their eating habits, behaviour, and general body condition. Rabbits are prey animals who conceal signs of illness. Rabbits will only stay healthy if they have the correct diet.