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REASONS of HAIR LOSS IN RABBITS || Symptoms And Treatment of Hair Loss in Rabbits || All About Pets
 
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Hey guys, welcome to All About Pets. In this video I've explained the reasons of hair loss of rabbits. Also I've mentioned some symptoms of hair loss as well as I've provided some tips for treatment of hair loss of your rabbits. Make sure to like our Facebook Page. Facebook Page- https://www.facebook.com/All-About-Pets-1082184321911484/ Don't forget to Like, Share and do subscribe to our channel for more videos.
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Why Do Rabbits Shed Their Hair: The SR Rabbit Update 7-25-17
 
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You may have noticed that your rabbit seems to be losing a lot of hair. Don't worry, it is very common for rabbits to shed their fur. In this video I discuss when to expect it and what you need to do about it (if anything). https://www.facebook.com/groups/SlightlyRednecked/
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A rabbit has backside hair loss
 
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The rabbit's backside is wet and inflamed. The rabbit will be groomed and cleaned up. Backside scalding does occur, owing to urine and faecal stains. Separate from the other rabbit till he has recovered.
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Rabbits hair fall naturally,& if its skin infection, then what its treatment..? by AM Aviary
 
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Do Rabbits Shed? | Pet Rabbits
 
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Pet Rabbit Essentials Timothy Hay: http://amzn.to/1cJZZeF Comb to control shedding : http://amzn.to/1KBKfog Clear Plastic Tubing - To protect the rabbit and the cords: http://amzn.to/1bKNcak BOOK on Rabbit Care: http://amzn.to/1HdbO9S Bunny Harness: http://amzn.to/1K6yOYQ Rabbit Food: http://amzn.to/1FgqiWg Check out Cool Pet Rabbit Toys Beachcomber hat: http://amzn.to/1KBIvvl Mini Plastic Slinky: http://amzn.to/1cJZZeF Toy Plastic Keys: http://amzn.to/1ExHLTv Bunny Maze Haven: http://amzn.to/1F7PJpy Sunmaid Raisins : http://amzn.to/1E2wry1 Papaya Tablets: http://amzn.to/1F9vp8G Deluxe Rabbit Home: http://amzn.to/1F9vp8G Woven Grass Mat for Rabbits: http://amzn.to/1A0rhHQ Bunny Chew Toy: http://amzn.to/1K6ySrO Roomba - To keep your home clean: http://amzn.to/1Fgoa0L Watch more How to Take Care of a Pet Rabbit videos: http://bit.ly/1EhPnsK So many people ask, "Do rabbits shed?" And the answer to that is, "When do they not shed?" Actually they shed several times a year and there's a little debate about how often and how much each different breed sheds, and I brought an example today. His name is Bean. This is a little Netherlands Dwarf. Bean is in the middle of a typical rabbit shed, which often starts at the head of the rabbit, and you see the pattern going toward the back of the rabbit, as the hair is removed. When rabbits shed, you can help them a lot by getting a nice flea comb, this style. This style, you can see it has hair in it that is held by the rubber. I brought the comb with the hair already in it so you can see that easily. And I'm going to show you now a typical way to comb a rabbit to help them get rid of the fur that their bodies are trying to eliminate. Bean is washing his face right now, so we'll give him the courtesy of a moment. Turn him around. You can see a little bit of the shed pattern on Bean, if I show you his back here. Would you let us look at your back? Excuse me. Show everybody you beautiful back. Here we go. I'm going to stand him up a little bit. Do you see this pattern here? Bean's shedding from the front to the back. And with a flea comb, you can get out an awful lot of hair that he will otherwise ingest. Very helpful. Most rabbits do not love this, but it helps to keep the hair in the stomach to a minimum as they groom themselves. And you get a lot out with this kind of comb. We can make a mound of hair the size of Bean within a very few minutes here, which we're not going to do because this is a short video. Right, Bean? But this is just a quick demo of what you can do with the right tools. When rabbits shed, you're going to get the hair in your nose, your mouth, your clothing, as I have here, and you can clean yourself with one of those sticky tape instruments or a regular brush designed to take hair off you, or you can dip your hand in a little bit of water, rub your hands together, rub your hands over your clothing, and you'll be able to pick up pieces of fur from your clothing, and you can do the same thing to the rabbit. Rub your hands over the rabbit. Pick up hair that way. Just another, if you don't have a flea comb available, another way to get hair off. And finally, you can actually pluck a rabbit's fur when he's in a heavy shed, as Bean is. And usually the hair is most pluck-able toward the end of the shed pattern. Bean will do anything to get out of this. You can actually just take that much hair at a time. And it speeds the process if you're trying to get as much grooming done in as little time. It's a little less enjoyable for the rabbit than brushing is, but it is much more effective than using any of these little tools. You can actually just pull out chunks of hair like this. Again, wet your hand, roll it into little pieces, and it will drop right off your hand. So that's the answer to "Do rabbits shed?" Do they ever stop shedding? You don't, do you? Rex rabbits shed somewhat less, and Gora rabbits may shed somewhat less, but I haven't seen yet a single breed that truly doesn't shed. So if you're thinking about getting a rabbit as a pet because you're worried about getting another animal that sheds, you might want to think again. This animal definitely does shed. We love them, but they do shed.
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MY RABBIT LOST ALL HIS FUR!!!
 
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I don't know how Desmond loses so much hair Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TylerRuggeOfficial/ Tumblr: http://trugge.tumblr.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tylerrugge Instagram: https://instagram.com/tylerrugge
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Does my bunny rabbit have cancer? He's losing a lot of hair!
 
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During the last 3 weeks, my cottontail rabbit has begun losing a lot of hair... why? He's currently 7 years old.
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Rabbit hair fall off
 
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Bobtails Rescue: Rabbits and Mites - what to look for
 
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Mites is a relatively common problem in rabbits, but very easy to cure by an injection given by your vet. Some people think their rabbit has dandruff, but this video clip explains what to look for and how to diagnose mites. Mites will irritate your rabbit, making it itchy. If you notice your rabbit scratching more than usual, this might be a sign of mites. In some cases, the mites are easily visible and sometimes, they are hidden in the fur. This clip shows two cases; one obvious and one less obvious. It is important that you check your rabbit regularly for mites to prevent discomfort.
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BudgetBunny: Treating Mites In Rabbits
 
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Brought to you by BudgetBunny.ca! Pretty much all you need to know about the most common rabbit mites and effective treatments. I also show you how I administer a topical flea treatment to my rabbits. If you're interested in further information please check out the following web pages: House Rabbit Society: http://www.rabbit.org/journal/4-9/skin.html Patchy fur loss with mild to severe flaking along the rabbit's back or ears is the hallmark of Cheyletiella parasitovorax, the most common rabbit skin mite. Hairs at the border of the bald spot come out easily in clumps, usually with some coarse flakes of skin attached. Fur mites may or may not cause itching. Your veterinarian may examine a scotch-tape preparation or skin scraping under the microscope for the presence of mites, but mites are sometimes difficult to detect. Luckily, mites are usually eradicated with relative ease. Classic treatment is with injectable or oral ivermectin, given in treatments two weeks apart. More recently, Revolution (selamectin) has been used effectively. A kitten dose of Revolution is applied between the shoulder blades and is repeated once a month for at least three doses. Apply to the back of the neck or other area where the bunny can't readily groom it off. It is essential to thoroughly clean your rabbit's cage and exercise areas after each treatment as well as treat all pets in the household to control reinfestation, since fur and dander in the environment may contain mite eggs. My Bunny: www.mybunny.org/info/mites.pdf (Please note this downloadable .pdf has some graphic content) website: budgetbunny.ca facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/BudgetBunny/166082180102797 twitter: @BudgetBunny
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A rabbit has "pointed" nose - rabbit scabies. Pt 1/2
 
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July 17, 2018 The pet shop owner showed me a sick rabbit saying: "There is a new disease. Many rabbits have pointed nose and one vet could not treat this disease. The rabbits died. It may be a new viral disease! If you can treat it, you will be a good vet!" "This is a rabbit scabies case that lasted several weeks," I told her as I had seen a few, but in recent years in Singapore, very few of such cases have been seen. I accepted this rabbit to be treated for free as the owner had asked the pet owner to get rid of it as the vet could not treat this disease. "It is a curable disease," I told the pet owner. "Well, do not return the rabbit to be after treatment!" she told me as she has several of her own. On examination at Toa Payoh Vets, this 750-g rabbit of less than 12 months old, is emaciated, has fever of 40.5C and will be given anti-mite and antibiotic injections. Microscopic examination of the crusted nose showed numerous scabies mites (see Pt 2/2) The rabbit will be fully cured in 3 weeks. Anyone in Singapore who want to adopt him, please email 99pups@gmail.com or tel/sms 9668-6468.
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Fur mites in rabbits
 
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I discovered a few days ago that Coco has fur mites. In this video I discuss what they are, why rabbits may get them, and how I am treating the issue. Thanks for watching and hope it is interesting. Love and hugs! xx
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Treating fur mites in rabbits
 
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Had a rabbit contract some fur mites so to treat I use Ivermectin and bag balm
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My rabbit's hair fall
 
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My rabbit's hair fall
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How to Groom a Short Haired Rabbit
 
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COMMON RABBIT DISEASES | Prevention | Treatment
 
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COMMON RABBIT DISEASES | Prevention | Treatment https://www.vetwest.com.au/pet-library/common-rabbit-diseases COMMON RABBIT DISEASES Pet library There are some common diseases and problems seen in rabbits that can be prevented by ensuring you have an understanding of what a healthy rabbit requires and the subtle signs that can tell you your rabbit is unwell. Rabbits are wonderful domesticated pets, but it should be remembered that they are very closely related to wild rabbits, and as such will hide signs of illness until they are very unwell, as this would make them “easy prey” in nature. We encourage close observations of your pet rabbit, a correct diet, up to date vaccinations and regular health checks to ensure you pick up the early signs of problems, and prevent diseases developing. The more common problems/ diseases that we see in domesticated rabbits are: Overgrown teeth Snuffles Hairballs Uterine tumours Myxomatosis Calicivirus Cause and clinical signs Close contact with an infected rabbit can easily transfer the Pasteurella multocida bacterium to your rabbit. The bacteria can affect the eyes (discharge, redness, squinting) and/or nose (sneezing, discharge), thus giving the disease its name “snuffles.” Pasteurella can infect other areas of the body as well, including ears (resulting in a head tilt), abscesses (seen as lumps on the body) and uterine infections. Prevention Some strains of the bacteria remain latent in the rabbit’s nasal tract until the immune system is placed under stress, such as when a new diet or pet is introduced or if overcrowding occurs. Reducing stress for rabbits that are infected and the quarantine of new rabbits are good ways of preventing introduction of the disease or recurrence of signs. Treatment Treatment involves a long and sometimes repeated course of antibiotics. Occasionally surgery is required if an abscess forms. Cause and clinical signs Hair can normally be found in a rabbit’s stomach as they self-groom. However, as rabbits cannot vomit, hair must be able to pass through the gut. If it can’t then it will form an obstruction and serious complications. Hairballs are so common that they should always be considered as a problem in any rabbit that is lethargic and not eating. Prevention Hairballs are more likely to become a problem if there is an issue with the gastrointestinal tract (gut stasis) or they are not receiving enough fibre in their diet, so a high fibre diet is a great preventative measure. Treatment Sometimes surgery is the only treatment if the hairball causes a blockage in the gut. Medication to get the gut working again can also help. Please SUBSCRIBE to My Channel for Daily Videos COMMON RABBIT DISEASES | Prevention | Treatment https://youtu.be/skr6bXyb6vQ
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cute and beautiful rabbits;Summer Fur Shedding in Bunnies!
 
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Rabbits are small mammals in the family Leporidae of the order Lagomorpha, found in several parts of the world. There are eight different genera in the family classified as rabbits, including the European rabbit, cottontail rabbits, and theAmami rabbit, an endangered species on Amami Ōshima, . There are many other species of rabbit, and these, along with pikas and hares, make up the order Lagomorpha. The male is called a buck and the female is a doe; a young rabbit is a kitten or kit. Rabbit habitats include meadows, woods, forests, grasslands, deserts and wetlands.[1] Rabbits live in groups, and the best known species, theEuropean rabbit, lives in underground burrows, or rabbit holes. A group of burrows is called a warren.More than half the world's rabbit population resides in North America.[1] They are also native to southwestern Europe, Southeast Asia, Sumatra, some islands of Japan, and in parts of Africa and South America. They are not naturally found in most of Eurasia, where a number of species of hares are present. Rabbits first entered South America relatively recently, as part of the Great American Interchange. Much of the continent has just one species of rabbit, the tapeti, while most of South America's southern cone is without rabbits. The rabbit's long ears, which can be more than 10 cm (4 in) long, are probably an adaptation for detecting predators. They have large, powerful hind legs. The two front paws have 5 toes, the extra called the dewclaw. The hind feet have 4 toes. They are plantigrade animals while at rest; however, they move around on their toes while running, assuming a more digitigrade form. Wild rabbits do not differ much in their body proportions or stance, with full, egg-shaped bodies. Their size can range anywhere from 20 cm (8 in) in length and 0.4 kg in weight to 50 cm (20 in) and more than 2 kg. The fur is most commonly long and soft, with colors such as shades of brown, gray, and buff. The tail is a little plume of brownish fur (white on top forcottontails). Rabbits can see nearly 360degrees,with a small blind spot at the bridge of the nose. Rabbits are herbivores that feed by grazing on grass, forbs, and leafy weeds. In consequence, their diet contains large amounts of cellulose, which is hard to digest. Rabbits solve this problem by passing two distinct types of feces: hard droppings and soft black viscous pellets, the latter of which are known as caecotrophs and are immediately eaten (a behaviour known as coprophagy).
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how to get rid of rabbit scabies
 
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Skin problems in Rabbits..Care & Treatment only in 4 days
 
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In this video i am telling about skin problems in Rabbit..their Care and Treatment... LIKE. SHARE. SUBSCRIBE
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How to Know If Your Rabbit Is Sick | Pet Rabbits
 
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Pet Rabbit Essentials Timothy Hay: http://amzn.to/1cJZZeF Comb to control shedding : http://amzn.to/1KBKfog Clear Plastic Tubing - To protect the rabbit and the cords: http://amzn.to/1bKNcak BOOK on Rabbit Care: http://amzn.to/1HdbO9S Bunny Harness: http://amzn.to/1K6yOYQ Rabbit Food: http://amzn.to/1FgqiWg Check out Cool Pet Rabbit Toys Beachcomber hat: http://amzn.to/1KBIvvl Mini Plastic Slinky: http://amzn.to/1cJZZeF Toy Plastic Keys: http://amzn.to/1ExHLTv Bunny Maze Haven: http://amzn.to/1F7PJpy Sunmaid Raisins : http://amzn.to/1E2wry1 Papaya Tablets: http://amzn.to/1F9vp8G Deluxe Rabbit Home: http://amzn.to/1F9vp8G Woven Grass Mat for Rabbits: http://amzn.to/1A0rhHQ Bunny Chew Toy: http://amzn.to/1K6ySrO Roomba - To keep your home clean: http://amzn.to/1Fgoa0L Watch more How to Take Care of a Pet Rabbit videos: http://bit.ly/1EhPnsK Amy Sedaris: How do you know when your rabbit is sick? How do I know when my rabbit's sick? Mary Cotter: Yeah, how do you know when your rabbit's sick? How do you know? Amy: Well. . . Mary: I'll tell you if you tell me. Amy: Okay, you tell me first. Mary: Okay, I'll tell you first. Well when my rabbits are sick one of two things happens, either they're sitting in a different position from what they usually sit in or they're doing something different with respect to eating. For example, some rabbits will stop eating altogether. Other rabbits, and this is a key thing to notice, other rabbits will change patterns of eating. For example, if a rabbit is usually a good hay eater and suddenly he stops eating hay and he'll only eat lettuce or something like that or if you notice a rabbit is picking up a piece of food, looking like he's chewing it and then dropping it, that's a change in eating pattern. So the key here is to be aware of your rabbit's normal eating pattern so that if there is any change you can detect them because a change in eating patterns is one of the main ways to tell the rabbit is sick. And then postures, you've seen Dusty sit in different postures. Amy: That's usually when I know it's gas and then I give her. . . Mary: And how do you know that? What happens? Amy: Because she's pressing her belly on the floor trying to work the bubble out. Mary: Yeah, that's what they do. It's called belly pressing. Amy: They keep changing their position. Mary: Exactly. Amy: Almost looks like they're restless. Mary: Restlessness, that's right. And they'll keep pushing their belly against the floor almost like they're trying to massage their belly into the floor. So that's another way you can tell if your rabbit is sick. And the final way you can tell if your rabbit is sick, if you even suspect something, is to learn to take your rabbit's temperature. And we have a How Cast video of how to take your rabbit's temperature so you might want to take a look at that. Once you learn how to take your rabbit's temperature you'll be able to detect drops in body temperature, which are the most frequent way of knowing that a rabbit's on a downhill slide. Very important to be able to do at home, we think. Amy: But that's the main thing because they can't tell you. You just. . . I don't know that's what so nice about spending so much time with your rabbit. You just get so familiar with each other. Mary: You get to know what's normal. Amy: Yeah, you get to know what's normal. Mary: Exactly. Yeah and they're not like dogs and cats. . . Amy: And the poop. You said that you can tell with their poop too. Mary: You can tell with their poop too. They're not like dogs and cats in that they no voices. So if there's something wrong they can't whimper. They can't do anything like that. Amy: Because they're prey animals and they don't want to signal. Mary: They're prey animals, right. Yeah, if you see a change. . . Yeah, I should've mentioned that too. If you see a change in poop just as if you see a change in intake, if you see a change in output that can be important too. If your rabbit normally poops a certain amount per day and suddenly you're not seeing any poops that may or may not be an indication of sickness or the rabbit may just not have eaten recently, but you have to keep an eye on it. You should know your rabbit's normal patterns so that if there's a change in the normal pattern you can pick it up quickly and so something about it. Unlike dogs and cats, you don't have the kind of waiting time that you do with those species. For example, if a dog doesn't eat one morning and the wife says to the husband, 'Hey Honey, he didn't eat his breakfast.' and the husband says, 'Oh, we should keep an eye on him.' You can keep an eye on him until the next day and if he still doesn't eat his breakfast the next day then the wife might say, 'We got to call that vet.' And th
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This HAIRLESS RABBIT is going VIRAL!
 
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His name is Mr Bigglesworth and he was born with a genetic condition which means he doesn't have any hair. A few clothes fix the situation. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE | VIDEOS UPLOADED DAILY
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Running the hair off a rabbit
 
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Why Is My Rabbit Eating Her Fur?!
 
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So I noticed this morning that my bunny was eating her fur, she had jammed a ton of it in her mouth... I've never noticed this before, kinda weird, any thoughts?
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Rabbit care (vitamin D ) hindi
 
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EMERGENCY!! A RABBIT WITH TWO BROKEN LEGS LEFT IN A DOG POUND !!
 
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YOUTUBE CONSIDERS ANIMAL RESCUE NOT ADVERTISING-FRIENDLY. OUR ADSENSE REVENUE HAS COLLAPSED. WE REALLY NEED YOUR HELP! PLEASE SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/LetsAdopt PLEASE DONATE TO OUR RESCUE FUND: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=HWQCQ82SR48D2 Either we took the rabbit, or he would be killed. It took us four hours to drive to the small village on Spain’s central plain where a local rescue group handed over the rabbit, who they had called FORREST. FORREST has several fractures, an open fracture of his rear right leg, tibia and fibula and digits on his front right leg and several broken ribs… FORREST has been stabilised and fed and his blood tests are improving. If all goes well, we could operate tomorrow morning…
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What's Wrong With Bear the Rabbit? | The Incredible Dr. Pol
 
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Bear the rabbit has been losing weight and hair. Dr. Pol is on the case to diagnose and help her. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe ➡ Watch all clips from The Incredible Dr. Pol here: http://bit.ly/WatchTheIncredibleDrPol ➡ THE INCREDIBLE DR. POL AIRS SATURDAYS 9/8c. About The Incredible Dr. Pol: With 100,000 patients, Dr. Pol has seen it all. Specializing in large farm animals, this senior is anything but retiring as he takes an old school, no-nonsense approach to veterinary medicine. Unflappable and unstoppable, this Doc routinely puts in 14-hour days and is a legend in the community. In this series, we travel with Dr. Pol across rural Michigan to care for every family pet and head of livestock in need of his expertise. Get More The Incredible Dr. Pol: Official Site: http://bit.ly/TheIncredibleDrPol Facebook: http://bit.ly/TheIncredibleDrPolFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/TheIncredibleDrPolTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/TheIncredibleDrPolInstagram About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILD Facebook: http://bit.ly/NGWFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/Nhttp://bit.ly/NGWFacebookGWTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NGWInstagram What's Wrong With Bear the Rabbit? | The Incredible Dr. Pol https://youtu.be/_9D04NZnsEU Nat Geo Wild https://www.youtube.com/user/NatGeoWild
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Rabbit / bunny ear mites - New Farm Vet
 
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Poor bunny with heavy ear mites infestation resulting in crusty painful ears. Learn how to treat this problem that often cause head shaking, ear scratching, loss of fur, heavy scabby debris build up, drooping ears and head tilt. For more information about this disease, go to (http://www.nicfoundland.com/2013/10/rabbit-ear-mites.html) Check out more pet health tips at NicFoundLand: Australian Veterinarian Blog (http://www.nicfoundland.com) Subscribe! I do regular vlogs. Don't forget to give me the thumbs up! The information contained in NicFoundLand is intended solely for the general information and entertainment of the viewer. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional veterinary advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your veterinarian for any health issue. Never disregard professional advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have watched on NicFoundLand. rabbit bunny sore ears mites treatment howto pet vlog blog australia melbourne vet
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Baby Bunny Life Cycle: 0-13 Days.
 
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Keep momma happy, and check the babies, thats all it takes to raise rabbits. Real Easy. Big thanks to Bensound.com for the ROYALTY FREE MUSIC as always. Check them out
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Rabbit Growing 2.5 Years (Time Lapse)
 
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See a bunny grow into a large rabbit in 2 and a half years. Videos taken every 6 months until he is fully grown (sort of time-lapse video). Got the rabbit when he was a little over a month old, and is now a very cute pet rabbit kept in the balcony.
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Rabbit with focal fungal dermatitis
 
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Rabbit with focal fungal dermatitis
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10 Signs that Your Rabbit is Sick
 
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So since Pinky got sick about a month ago, I thought it was probably time for me to make a video on how to know if your rabbit is sick. Pinky is 100% good now by the way. Thank you so much for all the support you guys gave me through the very scary time that he was sick. You helped me more than you know. I hope this video helped! Love you all! //Maria Last video: "Tie Dye Nail Art Tutorial" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUXi0H-0YDs ----------------------------------------­­----------------------------- MUSIC INFO: Production music courtesy of Epidemic Sound http://www.epidemicsound.com/ Song: "Wait For The Night" Composer: Sven Karlsson Link to song: https://player.epidemicsound.com/#/search/?search_query=wait+for+the+night p.s. I get free unlimited access to the Epidemic Sound music and sfx library to use on all of my Maker Studios connected channels. ----------------------------------------­­---------------------------- My cooking & bunny channel : https://www.youtube.com/naturallyvegan011 My 3rd channel: drawings & vlogs http://youtube.com/ariavillee My mom's channel: https://www.youtube.com/scorpioannyt My Musical.ly: @AriaABFNV011 My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ariaabfnv011/ My twitter: https://twitter.com/ariaabfnv011 My Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/artandbeautyfre Business Inquires Only: artandbeautyfreak@gmail.com
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Do The SugarBear Hair Vitamins Work!? (2 Month Trial) | Allisa Rose
 
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MY VLOG CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkUK1exF2JryaF_-3sKUmMg Hey loves! Today I test out the famous SugarBear hair vitamins! I have seen these all over and just had to test them out! Watch to see what I think! Enjoy xo XOXO -Allisa KEEP UPDATED WITH ME! ◇ Twitter: @allisarose https://twitter.com/allisarose ◇ Instagram: @allisarose http://instagram.com/allisarose/ ◇ Facebook: Allisa Rose https://www.facebook.com/allisaroseof... ◇Snapchat: allisarosee Disclaimer: I purchased these products and was not paid by the company to make this video. Editing Software: Final Cut Pro X Camera: Canon 70D
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How to Groom your Rabbit - Teeny's Tips
 
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http://bananamana.com/hrss-house-rabbit-society-singapore-o447-en.html How to groom your rabbit - Teeny's Tips. HRSS volunteer Teeny Teh talks about how to brush, clean and check your pet bunny. For more info on rabbits and rabbit care click on the link above.
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Tavşanlarda Tüy Dökülmesi - Hair Loss In Rabbits
 
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Tavşanlarda tüy dökülmesinin çok sebebi vardır. Ayrıntılı yazı için; http://tawsim.blogspot.com/p/tavsan-sagligi.html There are many reasons for feather loss in rabbits. Learn to writing; http://tawsim.blogspot.com/p/tavsan-sagligi.html
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momma rabbit pulling out her hair/fur for her nest and for her expected baby rabbits/ bunnies
 
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i was able to capture one of my does preparing her nest for her babies due in 2 days!
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Final Video: A young rabbit has urine scalding for 6 months
 
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Thirsty is a sign of urinary tract infection. Urine scalding results in urine sticking in the fur for a long period of time, such as 6 months.The urine burns the skin which becomes red and inflamed.This is known as urine scald. An X-ray and ultrasound of a rabbit with a bladder stone is shown in the video.
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How to Groom a Molting Rabbit!
 
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rabbit scabies treatment
 
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Don't be shy. Let me know what you think about the video. I'll try to get to all the questions as soon as possible. خرگوش خزانے / علاج خرگوش rabbit treament / ukwelashwa unogwaja харгӯш харгӯш / харгӯш табобат קיניגל טרעאַמענט / באַהאַנדלונג קיניגל fniek tal-fenek / trattament tal-fenek أرنب المصابان / علاج أرنب кроличье лечение / лечение кролика третман зеца / третман зеца درمان خرگوش / درمان خرگوش খরগোশ ট্রিমেন্ট / চিকিত্সা খরগোশ కుందేలు ధోరణి / చికిత్స కుందేలు kelinci treament / arnab rawatan kuneho treament / paggamot kuneho туулайн treament / эмчилгээ туулай ससा चिमटा / उपचार ससा Kaninchen Treament / Behandlung Hues හාවා treament / ප්රතිකාර හාවා กระต่ายการรักษากระต่าย / การรักษา
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a smart rabbit/bunny
 
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A bunny that I will never forget :(. Song by Bliss - Kissing. P.S TO ALL RABBIT LOVERS!, Please AVOID using clay litter, clumping litter or pine and cedar shavings. And avoid giving to your rabbit pellets since they contain additives, fillers,high sugar, sand etc.. Pellets cause fatal diarrhea in rabbits and causes huge hair loss! These killed my rabbit. More info here : http://www.rabbit.org/faq/sections/litter.html#litter http://www.sandiegorabbits.org/diet/pellets.html
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More Than 80 Rabbits Rescued From Backyard Breeder | PETA Animal Rescues
 
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PETA discovered that a rabbit-breeding operation in Riverside County, California, had tried to sell off all its bunnies on the Internet. The breeders had been selling rabbits for fur, meat, and reptile food, and now they no longer wanted the business. As is often the case with animals used by breeders, the rabbits were living outside in filthy feces-filled cages. Sitting on the wire cage bottoms caused sores and wounds to develop on their feet, and flies were swarming around them. One of the breeders admitted that the cages had not been cleaned in a year! The vulnerable rabbits had no escape from the filth, no grass, and no semblance of a real life. PETA hopped to, working to get all the bunnies out of there. We moved quickly, as one of the bunnies was already lying dead inside a cage. Our friends at the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA agreed to provide the animals with urgently needed veterinary care. The rabbits were suffering from various medical problems, including dental issues, overgrown claws, skin sores, hair loss, and respiratory problems. The rabbits are up for adoption at San Diego Humane Society, which hopes to find them loving homes where they will finally be someone's friends, not food or fur. Read more: http://www.peta.org/blog/bunnies-sold-for-pelts-pies-or-pets-then-peta-intervenes/ Subscribe: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=officialpeta The website the meat industry doesn't want you to see: http://meat.org How to go vegan: http://features.peta.org/how-to-go-vegan/ PETA Saves: http://features.peta.org/petasaves/ PETA: http://PETA.org FAQs: http://www.peta.org/about-peta/faq/
Diseases of Rabbits - Dermatitis, Wound, White Urine etc.
 
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Short film clip uploaded by AgVid and produced by Shramajeevi Agri Films. Visit https://agdial.in, https://shramajeevi.com, http://shramajeeviimages.com, http://shramajeevicontacts.com, http://shramajeewiki.com, http://video.shramajeevi.com. Email us at team@shramajeevi.com
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10 Cute Animals That Are Ugly Hairless
 
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Short riddle video: can you guess these unrecognizable animals? Subscribe: https://goo.gl/Hnoaw3 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Description: Baldness and hair loss is a common attribute found mostly in men, but it effects some women too. But why don’t animals suffer the same loss of their respective fur or feathers? Well actually they do! At first glance these mammals and feathers of the sky are barely recognizable without their usual features that distinguish them. A lot of our ability to mark animals and determine what they are is by their color. You have to take a closer look at things like size, ears and feet to even guess what they are or what family of species they belong to. While some of the animals mentioned in this video are far from being related to humans, they can suffer hair loss or baldness for the same reasons we do--genetics. Each strand of your hair sits in what is known as a follicle. Baldness is caused when the follicles shrink, causing hair to become thinner and shorter. This also occurs in animals like Dolores, a spectacled bear, which normally have thick, black fur. Sudden hair loss at a zoo in Germany left her with only a mane of fur around her face. Some species carry a baldness gene that cause them to be born without fur. There are breeds of hairless dogs, cats, mice and guinea pigs. Yes, I said guinea pigs, which are actually referred to as “skinny pigs.” Other animals may be born without fur, but as they grow, they begin to develop their protective outer strands. For example, wombats and kangaroos don’t actually start developing hair until they emerge from their mother’s pouch several months after their birth. Other causes of hair loss in animals that is similar to humans is an autoimmune disease called Alopecia. This occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks their hair follicles. Patches of hair then start falling out, and may even affect hair loss in other parts of the body, not just the head. Another common cause of hair loss in animals can be due to parasites. Like a common occurrence of bald squirrels, for example where an illness caused by mites are to blame for the lack of fur. Even a raccoon is left unrecognizable after a run-in with the mange or fungal infection. Birds are not safe from this either. Oscar, a 35-year-old female cockatoo, suffered from a beak and feather disease that caused it to pluck its own feathers because they were irritating her skin. In this video, we will look at ten examples of animals whose follicles have turned against them. See if you can recognize them by their features and the breadcrumbs of clues we leave along the way. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheTalko Twitter: https://twitter.com/thetalko Instagram: https://instagram.com/the_talko ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Featuring: Black Bear Raccoon Parrot Rabbit Squirrel Rat Hedgehog Fox Guinea pig Monkeys ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.thetalko.com/ TheTalko is everything you ever wanted to know about fashion, celebrity lifestyle, fitness, health, relationships and the most interesting random occurrences in 5 minutes or less. Subscribe for 1 video every 2 days!
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20 EPIC Hairless Creatures !
 
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From hairless dogs and cats and rats; to follicle challenged lions and apes; Here are 20 Epic Creatures without Hair! Subscribe to Epic Wildlife http://goo.gl/6rzs5u Let's Connect -- http://www.epicadamwildlife.com/ -- http://www.facebook.com/epicadamwildlife -- http://www.twitter.com/epicwildlife -- http://gplus.to/epicwildlife #6 Sphynx Cats You can identify these felines by several prominent physical traits: Large ears and eyes, muscular bodies, and a near-complete lack of hair. They gained that trait through a selective breeding process that began in the 1960s … and their skin reflects the color of what their fur would be, along with normal cat markings like solid, van, or calico. Contemporary Sphynx cats are also referred to as the Canadian Sphynx. Other popular breeds include the Peterbald and the Don Sphynx, which is unrelated to the Canadian breed. #5 Xolo (zoh-loh) That’s a short version of the dog’s proper name was is ‘Xoloitzcuintli’ (zoh-loh-eets-KWEENT-lee) … which is as close as I’m gonna get. In many countries it’s more commonly referred to as the Mexican Hairless Dog. The breed is thought to date back some 3,500 years, and was considered sacred by the Aztec and other groups … they viewed the animals as guardians that would repel evil spirits and intruders. DId you know these dogs were among the first breeds recorded by the American Kennel Club in 1887? #4 Red Uakari (wah-KAHR-ee) Also known as the Bald Uakari, for reasons you can figure out for yourself. Coming up, we’ll tell you about an ape that lost his hair to the disease of alopecia. But these monkeys from the Amazon River Basin are bald by virtue of genetics. And they actually do have some long hair … it’s that none of it grows on their head! The hairless red noggin provides for a startlingly surreal image, and results from the lack of pigmentation, along with blood vessels that are located close to their skin. #3 Plucked Over Did you know there really is a bird known as a Bald Parrot, which is native to the Amazon in Brazil? The low feathering and bare skin on its noggin inspired the name. But let’s show you a different type of bald parrot. It almost looks like the bird’s feathers have been scorched off of its skin. This bird’s raw, bald look isn’t due to genetics though. It’s the result of excessive preening by its mate. Or, another way of saying that this parrot’s mate really plucked it over! #2 Kung Fu Rabbit When pictures of this critter went viral a few years back, a lot of people thought it bore a resemblance to Mr Miyagi from the “Karate Kid” movies. To be fair, the mostly hairless rabbit does look like it would be at home in some sort of kung fu movie, what with his wizened look and sage mustache/goatee. It could even pass for a Jedi if you gave it robes and a light saber. But it’s really just a normal rabbit that took a little longer for its fur to grow in. Once it did, Miyagi-san was easily lost in the crowd. And before getting to the number one hairless critter, let’s take a moment to remind you that if you have any comments or suggestions, just leave them down below. While researching this episode, we found some interesting creatures that were not entirely hairless … but they’re still worth a look. Have you ever heard of a bald lion? The Tsavo (SAH-voh) Lion is an unusual type of big cat, in that the males possess a very smooth pelt….. But they generally do not have a mane. Experts think the condition might be an adaptation to their environment, or the result of producing too much testosterone … interestingly, that reason has also been cited as one of the causes of male pattern baldness in humans. Could there be a connection … or are we splitting hairs? By the way, we mentioned that there are 4 officially recognized hairless dog breeds … but we only mentioned 3 earlier. Here’s the canine we unintentionally omitted … The American Hairless Terrier is a rare breed that was originally a variant of the rat terrier. They’re said to be a favorite choice among allergy sufferers … and have a rep for being feisty and friendly. #1 The Naked Ape Like a lot of animals (including humans), Great Apes can experience the effects of alopecia which causes hair loss. In the case of one chimp, his baldness helped to make him a star attraction at the Mysore (my-SORE) Zoo in India. Guru was a 20-year-old chimpanzee whose hair loss revealed a muscular definition that looked extremely human-like … in other words, a lot of visitors through the ape looked pretty well ripped. Veterinarians weren’t exactly how or when Guru’s alopecia first appeared … but not unlike humans, it might have been connected to extreme stress. Unlike a lot humans, though, guru didn’t stress over his hair loss!
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Bunny Rabbit With Pneumonitis or Pneumonia being treated
 
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Bunny Rabbit With Pneumonitis or Pneumonia being treated
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RABBIT blood oil for hair regrowth and thick | முயல் இரத்ததின் எண்ணெய் முடி வளர 100% proof
 
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Required Ingredients: 1-Rabbit blood 2-White cotton cloth 3-Original coconut oil SUBSCRIBE for more useful videos
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A rabbit has underfoot abscess Pt 1
 
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A male rabbit 3 years old, urine marks and sits on urine. An underfoot abscess develops. Hair loss due to biting.
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Rabbit Fur Mite - Listrophorus Gibbus on fur
 
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Look right in the center, in between my fingers. This is the most common type of fur mites found on guinea pigs and rabbits. They look like pepper specks to the naked eye. This external parasite spreads really fast and easily, usually found clinging on the strands of fur
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Rabbit fur is ucky
 
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Rabbit born without Hair || Different is beautiful ❤️
 
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Let's Talk About Hair Vitamins
 
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Hair vitamins are an essential part of my hair journey and I want to make sure you all understand why they are necessary. YOURCLOSET1 HAIR VITAMINS : http://goo.gl/ixtwe5 WATCH MY LAST VIDEO : https://youtu.be/YlCwgVxRCLE FTC: Video sponsored by YourCloset1. I only recommend products or services I believe will be good for my viewers. https://fbit.co/2GAW
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