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First Aid Box Rabbit
First Aid Box Rabbit €49,95 €59,95

First Aid Box Rabbit

€59,95 €49,95
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First Aid Box Rabbit

Of course we hope that our rabbits always stay happy and healthy, but unfortunately they can also get sick at some point. When an animal is sick, it is important that we recognize this as the owner. Sudden behavioral abnormalities may be an indication that the animal is not feeling well. In case of illness, it is important to immediately consult a veterinarian. He or she can give the best advice and estimate whether you should come by. Sometimes it is not immediately necessary to visit the vet, but we can do something ourselves in consultation with the vet. We have put together the most important necessities for this in a first aid kit.

The contents of the first aid kit are as follows:

  • Comb

The fine comb can be used to comb dirty spots from the fur and to detect any critters present in the fur.

  • wound ointment

Wound ointments can be used to support the recovery of superficial injuries. The wound should be cleaned with lukewarm water before applying the ointment. The wound ointment can be applied to the wound two to 4 times a day until the skin has recovered.

  • fur scissors

The fur scissors can be used to cut any tangles that cannot be removed with the comb. It is also sometimes necessary to trim the fur around a wound.

  • eye ointment

If dirt gets into the eye, the eye can quickly become inflamed. Damage to the eye can also occur. This is painful and annoying for the rabbit. Before anointing the eye, it should be cleaned with a cloth soaked in cooled boiled water. After cleaning, the eye ointment can be applied to the edge of the eyelid. By blinking/squeezing the eyes, the ointment spreads on the eye. The eye ointment can be applied once a day.

  • nail scissors

If the rabbit has insufficient opportunity to wear down the nails, they will have to be trimmed regularly. As an owner you can do this yourself, but you can also have it done by the vet. It's important to know how far life runs, so you don't cut it by accident. A rabbit can get a broken/broken nail due to trauma. The loose part can then be cut away with nail scissors.

  • Forced feeding + syringe

A rabbit must always keep eating. A rabbit that does not eat is sick and needs to be seen by a vet. It is very dangerous for a rabbit if the digestion comes to a standstill. Therefore, it is sometimes necessary to use force-feeding. Forced food must be mixed with water to make a paste. This paste must be drawn into the syringe. With the syringe, the paste can be quietly injected into the rabbit's mouth. Always do this in consultation with a veterinarian.

  • Thermometer

If you feel that your rabbit is not feeling well, it may be advisable to take his temperature. When it deviates, this is an extra confirmation that something is wrong. This is also very good information for a veterinarian. The normal body temperature of a rabbit should be between 38 and 39.5 degrees.

The contents of the first aid kit are as follows:

  • Comb

The fine comb can be used to comb dirty spots from the fur and to detect any critters present in the fur.

  • wound ointment

Wound ointments can be used to support the recovery of superficial injuries. The wound should be cleaned with lukewarm water before applying the ointment. The wound ointment can be applied to the wound two to 4 times a day until the skin has recovered.

  • fur scissors

The fur scissors can be used to cut any tangles that cannot be removed with the comb. It is also sometimes necessary to trim the fur around a wound.

  • eye ointment

If dirt gets into the eye, the eye can quickly become inflamed. Damage to the eye can also occur. This is painful and annoying for the rabbit. Before anointing the eye, it should be cleaned with a cloth soaked in cooled boiled water. After cleaning, the eye ointment can be applied to the edge of the eyelid. By blinking/squeezing the eyes, the ointment spreads on the eye. The eye ointment can be applied once a day.

  • nail scissors

If the rabbit has insufficient opportunity to wear down the nails, they will have to be trimmed regularly. As an owner you can do this yourself, but you can also have it done by the vet. It's important to know how far life runs, so you don't cut it by accident. A rabbit can get a broken/broken nail due to trauma. The loose part can then be cut away with nail scissors.

  • Forced feeding + syringe

A rabbit must always keep eating. A rabbit that does not eat is sick and needs to be seen by a vet. It is very dangerous for a rabbit if the digestion comes to a standstill. Therefore, it is sometimes necessary to use force-feeding. Forced food must be mixed with water to make a paste. This paste must be drawn into the syringe. With the syringe, the paste can be quietly injected into the rabbit's mouth. Always do this in consultation with a veterinarian.

  • Thermometer

If you feel that your rabbit is not feeling well, it may be advisable to take his temperature. When it deviates, this is an extra confirmation that something is wrong. This is also very good information for a veterinarian. The normal body temperature of a rabbit should be between 38 and 39.5 degrees.

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