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Preventative care saves money & improves pet comfort for your pet rabbit in Phoenix.
Save money and improve pet health
Form a prevention plan
Check back teeth for sharp points
Hay as primary diet (loose or cube)
Up to 6 months old - alfalfa
Adults - grass hays (timothy, bermuda, orchard)
Treats - A hay-based pellet can be used as treats for training.
Brush Daily, use a Zoom Groom for exess hair
Nail trims at least every 3-4 months
Schedule between 3-4 months of age
Prevent cancer and expensive health problems
Start at 5 years of age
Lab tests at an annual exam with 6 month recheck exams
Less active or weak
Change in stool size, number, frequency, firmness
Not eating well
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