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All about fleas

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All about fleas

Fleas are an external parasite that can infect most mammals, including rabbits. Fleas are a nuisance causing itchy bites. Heavy infestations can cause life-threatening disease for rabbits so early detection, rapid treatment, and prevention with rabbit-safe products is important to reduce risks of flea infestation for your rabbit, and their environment.

A rabbit flea (Spilopsyllus cuniculi) seen under the microscope
©Sheelagh Lloyd

What are fleas?

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How do rabbits get fleas?

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How can I tell if my rabbit has fleas?

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Are fleas dangerous?

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Can I treat and prevent fleas?

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