This condition is uncommon and is more commonly seen in older pet rabbits than in young rabbits. Clinical signs develop as a result of a higher than normal rate of skin turnover.
Exfoliative dermatitis is an itchy businees, so your rabbit may scratch a lot or show signs of discomfort
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Skin: exfoliative dermatitis
Alopecia - hair loss
Boredom - keeping your rabbit amused
Feeding your rabbit
Fleas - an itchy business
Flies - what to look out for
Housing your rabbit
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Skin cancer / tumors
Infraorbital / mental nerve block landmarks: diagram
Use of supraglottic airway device (V-gel)
Emergency first aid
Laparoscopy equipment: intra-operative position - diagram
Medial patella desmotomy/lateral retinacular imbrication: diagram
Lateral fabelloligament suture placement: diagram
Lateral fabellopatellar suture placement: diagram
Trochlear wedge sulcopasty: diagram
Patella luxation 02: AP radiograph
Patella luxation 01: LL radiograph
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