Rabbit Vaccination

Vaccinating rabbits

Vaccinations help to protect your rabbit from severe infectious diseases. It also prevents them from passing anything nasty on to other animals in your area. Vaccinating your rabbit is one of the most important things you should do in your first few weeks as a rabbit owner.

Rabbit Vaccination Costs

Yearly Vaccination £30

Rabbit Vaccinations & Health

It’s a great idea to give your rabbits a regular health check. Once you get to know your rabbits, you’ll notice if they seem under the weather, are not as active as usual or even if their fur is not quite right, all of which can be an early sign of health problems. If you’re worried about your rabbits’ health, contact your vet for advice and help.
Our vets recommend taking these simple steps to help keep your rabbits healthy:

  • Register your rabbits with a vet.
  • Keep them up to date with their vaccinations each year and make sure they are neutered – this will help to prevent some really serious illnesses and allow them to live together in pairs and groups happily.
  • Keep a close eye on their teeth and nails. If they appear long, contact your vet straight away.
  • Monitor their weight and body condition regularly.
Rabbit Vaccination Wolverhampton

Rabbit Health Care Packages

Here at Tudor house, we offer health care plans for your rabbit. These allow you to spread the cost of preventative veterinary treatment, such as regular health checks, annual vaccinations and flea and worm treatments.

Silver Starter Package

• Single Vaccination
• Microchip
• Health exam with a vet
• 5 Weeks Insurance

Rabbit £32.00 add Flea & Worm + £7

Gold Starter Package

• Full Vaccination Course
• Microchip
• Health exam with a vet
• 5 Weeks Insurance
• Bag of starter food
• 10% off neutering

Rabbit £45.00 add Parasite treatment £50.00
Add Rear guard to any rabbit pack for + £26

Call 01902 766 905 to book your rabbit vaccination at our veterinary clinic in Wolverhampton.

HOW MUCH DO RABBIT VACCINATIONS COST?

Yearly Vaccination £30

Silver Starter Package

(Dogs, Cats & Rabbits)
• Single Vaccination
• Microchip
• Health exam with vet
• 5 Weeks Insurance

Puppy £25.00 add Flea & Worm + £7
Kitten £35.00 add Flea & Worm + £7
Rabbit £32.00 add Flea & Worm + £7

Gold Starter Package

(Dogs, Cats & Rabbits)
• Full Vaccination Course
• Microchip
• Health exam with vet
• 5 Weeks Insurance
• Bag of starter food
• 10% off neutering

Puppy £45.00 add 3 MONTHS Flea & Worm treatment £60.00
Kitten £55.00 add 3 MONTHS Flea & Worm treatment £65.00
Rabbit £45.00 add Parasite treatment £50.00
Add Rear guard to any rabbit pack for + £26

Speak to your vet, here at Tudor house we offer a health care plan for your pet. These allow you to spread the cost of preventative veterinary treatment, such as regular health checks, annual vaccinations and flea and worm treatments.

Call 01902 766 905 to book your rabbit vaccination at our veterinary clinic in Wolverhampton

 

WHAT DISEASES ARE RABBITS VACCINATED AGAINST?

Give protection for your rabbits against life-threatening diseases. Vaccines are available to help protect your rabbits against:

Myxomatosis

Myxomatosis is a severe disease that affects rabbits. It’s caused by a virus that attacks the eyes, skin, lungs, liver and genitals. Sadly, there is no cure for myxomatosis and it’s often fatal. Myxomatosis spreads via wild rabbits, mosquitos and fleas – the best way to prevent it is by vaccination.

Rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD) 1+2

Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease (also known as RVHD, RHD and VHD), is a nasty virus that targets rabbits, attacks internal organs and causes internal bleeding. RHD is fatal in most cases. RHD spreads via rabbit to rabbit contact (often wild rabbits), in the air and also via insect bites. There are two types of RHD virus: RHD1 and RHD2. Vaccinate your rabbits against both RHD1 and RHD2 to protect them fully. Sadly, these diseases are almost always fatal but vaccinations can protect your rabbits.

Fortunately, your bunny can be safeguarded against life-threatening diseases with an annual vaccination – by getting an injection against these diseases every year, you know your rabbit is up-to-date with the very best protection.
Vaccinations are quick and simple, and before your bunny is vaccinated they will also receive a full health assessment. This is a vital opportunity for the vet to detect any visible health problems which that may be developing, to discuss any concerns you may have about your pet, and to make sure you have all the information on the best care for your rabbit.
Keeping your annual vaccination appointment every year is really important for both you and your rabbit. If you would like any more information on vaccinating your rabbit, get in touch.

Call 01902 766 905 to book your rabbit vaccination at our veterinary clinic in Wolverhampton

 

HOW LONG ARE RABBIT VACCINATIONS EFFECTIVE?

Some vaccines are given as booster injections every year. Your vet will give you a vaccination record, which you’ll need to keep safe.

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