Rabbits may become recumbent or paralysed for a variety of reasons, but their basic nursing requirements will be similar.
Caring for a recumbent or paralysed rabbit can be hard work, but very rewarding
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Paresis / paralysis: limb
Feeding your rabbit
Giving your rabbit medicines
Hospitalisation and nursing care
Housing your rabbit
Keeping your rabbit amused
Muscular dystrophy and other muscular conditions
Septic arthritis - joint inflammation
Syringe feeding your rabbit
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Manipulating the composition of milk via diet
Effect of lactation on milk yield, butterfat and milk protein
Injection site reactions
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