The popularity of rabbits as household pets has steadily increased over the past decade, leading to great improvements in their standard of care. Respiratory problems are frequently encountered in pet rabbits and often represent a challenge to the general practitioner because specific anatomical knowledge is required to diagnose and manage such cases confidently and efficaciously. This article gives an overview of the anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system in rabbits and describes a systematic way of diagnosing respiratory disease, leading to an effective treatment regimen.
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