THE anorexic rabbit poses a huge diagnostic challenge to the veterinary clinician. An understanding of basic rabbit anatomy and physiology in conjunction with dedicated nursing, prompt diagnosis and treatment is essential for a successful outcome. Despite the multitude of problems associated with treating rabbits, they can be very rewarding patients and deserve a high standard of veterinary care. This article describes the approach to diagnosis and treatment of anorexia in rabbits. Part 1 (In Practice, July/August 2002, pp 358-367) discussed the causes and effects of anorexia in this species.
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