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Parasite Control

Also serving Newnan, Peachtree City, Fairburn, Tyrone, Chattahochee Hills, & South Fulton

Parasites present a persistent threat to the health and well-being of rabbits, demanding proactive measures to prevent and treat infestations. Our veterinary team emphasizes the critical importance of vigilance in safeguarding your rabbit from both internal and external parasites.

Internal parasites, such as gastrointestinal worms, can lead to weight loss, lethargy, and other health issues if left unchecked. Regular fecal exams empower us to detect and treat internal parasites promptly, preventing potential complications. 

External parasites, including mites and fleas, can cause discomfort, skin issues, and contribute to stress in rabbits. Preventive measures and prompt treatment are key to maintaining a parasite-free environment for your furry friend.

Owners are encouraged to be proactive in observing their rabbits for any signs of parasitic infestations, such as changes in behavior, fur loss, or excessive scratching. Regular grooming practices and maintaining a clean living environment contribute significantly to parasite prevention. By actively participating in these preventive measures, you play a vital role in safeguarding your rabbit's health and ensuring their comfort, creating an environment where they can thrive without the threat of parasitic challenges.

Parasite prevention and treatment become a proactive stance against unseen threats, where your involvement goes beyond routine care to actively create a haven for your rabbit. By embracing these measures, you contribute to a holistic approach to their health, ensuring they live in an environment free from the burdens of parasitic challenges.

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