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Diarrhea

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Diarrhea

In adult rabbits, diarrhea is quite uncommon. Several conditions can cause diarrhea, with infections more common in young rabbits (kits/kittens). It is important to check your rabbit daily for diarrhea as it could be due to a rapidly-progressing disease that requires early treatment or could lead to other problems such as flystrike.

It is important to keep the rabbit's digestive tract moving if they have diarrhoea

What is diarrhea?

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Diarrhea versus 'clagging'

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Why are kits more susceptible to diarrhea than adults?

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Why do some antibiotics cause diarrhea in rabbits?

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Why is diarrhea associated with flystrike?

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What supportive treatment is useful?

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Why is a good diet so important for my rabbit?

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