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Anorexia

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Anorexia

Anorexia is defined as a lack or loss of appetite for food. In rabbits this can be due to a variety of reasons and whilst the underlying cause needs addressing, the rabbit will also require supportive treatment while they aren't eating properly.

If your rabbit stops eating or is eating less contact your vet

My rabbit isn't eating... is this an emergency?

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Why has my rabbit stopped eating?

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What signs should I look out for?

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How can I help my rabbit?

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What should I do if my rabbit is anorexic?

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What will my vet do to treat my rabbit?

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What about companion rabbits?

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Is my rabbit likely to suffer further bouts of anorexia?

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