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  • Rabbit Vaccinations in Oxford | Boundary Vets

At Boundary Vets, we recommend immunisations for Oxford rabbits against myxomatosis and viral hemorrhagic disease (VHD). Your rabbit will be protected with just one injection instead of two as in the past.

To provide your rabbit with enough protection against dangerous infections, vaccinations are required. It is advised to have annual examinations to make sure your rabbit is content and healthy.

If you are concerned about your rabbit's health, we recommend yearly examinations and consultations to ensure that it is kept happy and healthy. Many infectious illnesses and conditions can affect rabbits. Dental illness is one such ailment that can cause your pet a number of problems. We would advise you on internal and exterior parasite protection in addition to vaccinations.

FAQs about rabbit vaccinations in Oxford

Does my Oxford house rabbit need to be vaccinated?

Rabbit vaccinations are necessary to shield your rabbit from crippling illnesses including myxomatosis and viral hemorrhagic disease (VHD 1 and 2).

How often do I need to get my rabbit vaccinated in Oxford? 

Every 12 months, vaccinations are advised for rabbits. They will remain shielded from potentially deadly illnesses as a result.

How much will a rabbit vaccination cost? 

Get in touch with us now, and we'll provide you with a detailed price list.

Do I need to bring my rabbit to the vet?

We advise yearly check-ups to make sure your rabbit is maintained happy and healthy, as well as consultations if you have any concerns about their health. In addition to internal and external parasite control, we would recommend that you bring your rabbit in for its vaccines in Oxford on a regular basis. Rabbits are susceptible to a variety of infectious diseases and ailments, including dental disease, which can result in a host of problems for your pet.

If you would like to schedule your yearly rabbit vaccination in Oxford or if you have any concerns about its health in any way, give us a call now.

Rabbit Vaccination FAQs

Do house rabbits need to be vaccinated?

Vaccinations are essential for providing your rabbit with adequate protection from life-threatening and debilitating diseases such as viral haemorrhagic disease (VHD 1 and 2) and myxomatosis.

How often do rabbits need to be vaccinated?

It is recommended that rabbits are vaccinated every 12 months to protect them against potentially fatal diseases.

Do rabbits need to go to the vet?

To ensure your rabbit is kept happy and healthy, we recommend annual check-ups, as well as consults if you’re worried about your rabbit’s health. Rabbits are vulnerable to infectious diseases and illnesses, an example being dental disease, which can cause a wide range of problems for your pet. We would advise you on vaccinations as well as external and internal parasite prevention.

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