How to Treat a Rabbit Bite?


To treat a rabbit bite, you do not have to do much. Rabbit bites are normally harmless. However, if you have not had tetanus shot in the last 10 years, you might as well need to take a tetanus shot. If you have been vaccinated, you just have to wash the wound well.
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1. If your rabbit is new to your home, he could simply be stressed by the move or have been mistreated in his previous home. Patience, gentleness and calm behavior will be needed
1. Clean the wound immediately with soap and water, rubbing alcohol. (Do not use rubbing alcohol on the face) or hydrogen peroxide. Do so carefully and properly. You don't want bacteria
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How to Treat a Rabbit Bite
Most people think of rabbits as cute, cuddly animals that are nonthreatening. However, there are times when a rabbit will bite, even a pet rabbit. Any animal with teeth has the potential to bite. Learning the reasons for the biting will help the pet... More »
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