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If your order is more than $39, it ships FREE anywhere in New Zealand, including rural addresses. It's as simple as that.

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The essential health products for pet rabbits

Rabbits are generally hardy, healthy and easy to care family pets. But there are certain conditions and and diseases that they are susceptible to. Below we will cover some of the recommended supplements and health products to have on hand when you own a pet rabbit in order to ensure they remain in the best health. 

Mite powder

Mite powder is a great product to treat any mites or parasites that you may see on the pet, but we always recommend getting veterinary advice if you are unsure as to what may be wrong with your small pet.

Flea treatment for rabbits

 Like dogs and cats, rabbits are also susceptible to internal and external parasites. It is important to get a microscopic examination of your rabbit’s droppings when you take you rabbit for their annual vet check up. Then if parasites are present them your vet will prescribe the necessary medication, depending on the findings.

External parasites, such as fleas, ticks, mange, and ear mites can also infect rabbits. Again, the correct treatment needs to be advised by your vet, as many products used on other pets can be toxic to rabbits.

The product Revolution is suitable for the treatment and prevention of fleas in rabbits.

Electrolytes 

For sick, injured or rabbits that are recovering from surgery it can be use a sustained release energy supplement or electrolytes. Electrolytes are easy to use and can be added into your rabbit's drinking water to re-hydrate, replenish and assist in recovery during in times of extreme temperatures, stress, illness or injury.

Vitamins and minerals

Small pets get a most of their vitamins and minerals from vegetables, although there are other ways that you can provide them with the vitamins needed to maintain their overall health such as using salt and mineral licks.'

Click here to see our range of supplement’s for small pets.

The Pet.co.nz Team

Written by The Pet.co.nz Team

A team of specialists with backgrounds in animal nursing, animal care, and all things pet related.