Rabbits, small rodents, and other pocket pets can be fragile creatures who quickly fall ill without proper husbandry and care.

The best way to keep your small companion in optimal health is through regular preventive care with your North Shore Animal Hospital veterinarian and to keep their enclosure clean.

No matter what your tiny, furry friend needs, trust in our skilled team to deliver top-notch wellness and illness care to your rabbit or pocket pet in the Bayside, Whitestone, and Flushing areas.

Rabbits, small rodents, and other pocket pets can be fragile creatures who quickly fall ill without proper husbandry and care.

The best way to keep your small companion in optimal health is through regular preventive care with your North Shore Animal Hospital veterinarian and to keep their enclosure clean.

No matter what your tiny, furry friend needs, trust in our skilled team to deliver top-notch wellness and illness care to your rabbit or pocket pet in the Bayside, Whitestone, and Flushing areas.

Signs of Illness in Rabbits and Pocket Pets

Rabbits and pocket pets are prone to respiratory conditions and dental issues, since their teeth are constantly growing.

To ensure your special pet remains healthy and happy, handle your pocket pet daily and monitor them for any unusual changes. Potential signs of illness that require veterinary care in rabbits and pocket pets include:

Change in behavior or activity level

Decrease in appetite or thirst

Eye or nose discharge

Isolation

Drooling

Head tilt

Scratching, itching, or shaking head

Change in stool or urine

At the first sign of trouble, please contact us. These small rodents, rabbits, and other unique pets can quickly go downhill without prompt treatment.
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Signs of Illness in Rabbits and Pocket Pets

Rabbits and pocket pets are prone to respiratory conditions and dental issues, since their teeth are constantly growing.

To ensure your special pet remains healthy and happy, handle your pocket pet daily and monitor them for any unusual changes. Potential signs of illness that require veterinary care in rabbits and pocket pets include:

Change in behavior or activity level

Decrease in appetite or thirst

Eye or nose discharge

Isolation

Drooling

Head tilt

Scratching, itching, or shaking head

Change in stool or urine

At the first sign of trouble, please contact us. These small rodents, rabbits, and other unique pets can quickly go downhill without prompt treatment.
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Rabbit and Pocket Pet Veterinarian

in Bayside

Not all veterinarians can cater to the needs of unique pets. However, North Shore Animal Hospital can care for rabbits and pocket pets in the Bayside, Whitestone, Flushing, and surrounding communities. If your unusual pet needs specialized veterinary care, look no further than our exotic pet veterinarian. Please call us to schedule an appointment for your tiny furry friend.

Rabbit and Pocket Pet Veterinarian

in Bayside

Not all veterinarians can cater to the needs of unique pets. However, North Shore Animal Hospital can care for rabbits and pocket pets in the Bayside, Whitestone, Flushing, and surrounding communities. If your unusual pet needs specialized veterinary care, look no further than our exotic pet veterinarian. Please call us to schedule an appointment for your tiny furry friend.