Vaccinations for Rabbits
Rabbit vaccinations are commonly and specifically designed to combat and prevent myxomatosis, viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD), which has several strains that are often fatal and painful to rabbits. Vaccinations for rabbits in particular, are vital to keeping our pets healthy and preventing them from contracting infectious diseases and health conditions such as those mentioned.
Rabbits can be vaccinated from just five weeks old.
Combined Vaccinations for Rabbits
Crofts Vet Surgery has combined rabbit vaccines provide annual protection against myxomatosis and both strains of VHD, all with a single injection.
If your rabbit has already had a single vaccination against any one of the above viruses, please speak to one of our vets, who can then recommend an adequate and safe vaccination schedule for your rabbit.
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Rabbit Vaccinations FAQ
Do house rabbits need to be vaccinated?
Vaccinations are essential for providing your rabbit with adequate protection from life-threatening and debilitating diseases such as viral haemorrhagic disease (VDH 1 and 2) and myxomatosis.
How often do rabbits need to be vaccinated?
We recommend that rabbits are vaccinated every 12 months to protect them against potentially fatal diseases.
How much are vaccinations for rabbits?
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Do rabbits need to go to the vets?
To ensure your rabbit is kept happy and healthy, we recommend annual check-ups, as well as consults if you’re worried about your rabbits health. Rabbits are vulnerable to infectious diseases and illnesses one example is dental disease, which can cause a wide range of problems for your pet. We would advise you on vaccinations as well as external and internal parasite prevention.