Why Is My Rabbits Fur Falling Out?

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Your rabbit's fur could be falling out because of normal moulting which happens at least twice per annum. It is also widely believed that inbreeding does alter the normal genetic response in a rabbit leading to the falling of the fur. Occasionally, this may also be a sign of a bacterial infection.
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Rabbit fur is also called a comb, coney or a lapin. Angora rabbits have fur that is used in the making of Angora sweaters. The bunny fur is combed off and then spun into Angora yarn
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because rabbits moult.
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Rex rabbits were discovered in 1919 by a peasant in France. The peasant’s son was a servant of a respected rabbit breeder named Monsieur Gillet. The breeder liked this different-looking
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There could be a number of reasons for this: Firstly, you should check his fur for mites or other pests as this could make him pull at his fur and so some may be coming away when
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