Lapis ISSN 2398-2969

Uterine problems Owner Factsheet

Contributor(s): Vetstream Ltd, Jennifer Hamlin

Female rabbits that are not spayed can experience a number of diseases relating to the reproductive tract. Many of these are life-threatening conditions that require prompt veterinary attention. 

Image: Pseudopregnancy: fur pulling - dewlap - ©Dr Brendan Carmel BVSc MVS GDipComp MRCVS

How is the rabbit's reproductive tract different to dogs and cats?

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What is a pseudopregnancy?

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What is endometrial cystic hyperplasia?

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What is hydrometra?

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What is pyometra?

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What is pregnancy toxaemia?

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What is uterine neoplasia?

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Conclusion

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