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Wound management

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Wound management

Wounds occur from various things such as surgery, ie neutering, wounds that happen accidently, such as after a fight between rabbits or other incident, and wounds which occur due to a disease process, ie pododermatitis or flystrike. The management that these wounds require, will vary depending on the health and temperament of the individual rabbit, and how extensive or contaminated the wound has become.

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How can wounds occur?

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What types of wounds are there?

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If I find a wound on my rabbit what should I do?

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How do I care for my rabbit’s wound(s)?

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How do I house my rabbit with a wound?

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Do I need to separate my rabbits?

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Should my rabbit wear an Elizabethan collar?

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