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Image Portrait of Jack
Located in Case reports / / Jack's hock / Jack with fractured leg
Image PS document Rabbit in buttercups
Buttercups are on many lists of poisonous plants. They contain an irritant that can cause dermatitis in humans that handle buttercups and salivation, oral ulceration and gastrointestinal irritation in animals that eat them. Buttercups have a bitter taste and are not a problem for rabbits. They can eat small, young leaves that are growing in pastureland without ill effects. The mature leaves, tall plants and flowers unpalatable to rabbits so they do not eat them.
Located in Media / Collections / Diet
Image text/texmacs Eating freshly picked plants
Located in Media / Collections / Diet
Image Eating grass
This rabbit suffered from problems with her cheek teeth. Eating hay was difficult but she enjoyed grazing and could manage to eat grass without problems.
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Image Rabbit with an abscess
A rabbit with mandibular abscess
Located in Media / Images / Abscesses
Image Exophthalmos
Bilateral exophthalmos is a feature of rabbits with impaired venous return to the heart. The eyes tend to bulge more if the rabbit is positioned with its head lower than the heart. Thymoma or thymic lymphoma is a common reason for this condition but it also happen in rabbits with congestive heart failure or other mediastinal masses such as abscesses.
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Image audio/x-realaudio Mild epiphora
This rabbit has mild epiphora.There was no conjunctivitis and no pus could be expressed from the lacrimal sac by applying pressure to the medial canthus of the eye. Tears were overflowing down the face because the tear duct was blocked by the apex of the large upper incisor that was elongated.
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Image Dacrocystitis
Located in Media / Images / Eye disease
Image Troff document Baby wild rabbit
Young wild rabbits are infected with myxomatosis from fleas from the mother that live in the nest. This rabbit had just emerged so it was about 4 weeks old. It was caught by a dog. Although there were no injuries from the dog, the swollen eyelids indicate that it was in the initial stages of myxomatosis.
Located in Media / / Infectious disease / Myxomatosis
Located in Media / Images / Infectious disease