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Rabbit Dental Care in Guildford

Professional Rabbit Dental Care in Guildford

At Alder Vets, our team of leading professionals is on hand to provide expert rabbit dental care for Guildford and its surrounding areas. We understand that your furry friends are more than just pets; they're your family. That's why we are dedicated to ensuring that we provide the utmost care for your rabbits and bunnies. This includes your rabbit's dental care as well as their overall health.

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The Importance of Rabbit Dental Care

Did you know that dental issues are among rabbits' most common health problems? Your rabbit's teeth grow continuously. Consequently, this leads to severe discomfort, pain, and potentially life-threatening dental problems if it is not managed correctly. This is why proper rabbit dental care in Guildford is essential for supporting your rabbit’s overall health and happiness.

Signs of Dental Issues in Rabbits

The last thing any responsible pet owner wants is to know that their pet is in pain or suffering. Therefore, being able to recognise the signs of dental problems early can make all the difference for your rabbit’s health and happiness. Rabbit dental care can have an immense impact on your pet’s quality of life. This can be especially true if they have an urgent dental issue that requires immediate treatment.

The best thing you can do for your rabbit is to keep an eye out for the following symptoms:

    • Excessive drooling.
    • Swelling forming around their face which may be due to a dental abscess.
    • A decline in your rabbit’s appetite or completely refusing to eat. Dental issues may have become painful for your rabbit to eat or chew their food. You may also notice that your rabbit chooses to only eat softer food rather than their usual varied diet. This must be monitored to prevent any significant weight loss.
    • A decrease in the number of faecal pellets. This may be another indicator that your rabbit has had a change in their diet or appetite.

Additionally, reduced ability or inability to eat their caecotrophs, the small faeces-like balls that rabbits produce after they’ve eaten their food once. They then re-ingest these to ensure that they receive all the energy, nutrients, and vitamins from their food. This is a completely normal aspect of their dietary behaviour. This may become more obvious if your rabbit develops a ‘messy bum’.

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Our Expertise in Rabbit Dental Care

At Alder Veterinary Clinic, we have a team of highly skilled veterinarians with a deep understanding of rabbit dental care. Our approach to bunny dental care is comprehensive and compassionate, ensuring that your rabbit receives the best possible treatment.

Dental Procedures

Should you require rabbit dental procedures, you can rest assured knowing that they are in experienced and capable hands. We perform a range of dental services, including:

    • Tooth Trimming: Your rabbits' teeth need regular trimming to prevent overgrowth.
    • Tooth Extractions: When necessary, we perform safe and painless extractions.
    • Dental Abscesses: We address abscesses promptly to alleviate pain and prevent further complications.

Rabbit Dental Examinations

Regular rabbit dental check-ups are crucial for maintaining your pet’s oral health. Our experienced team will conduct thorough examinations to detect any dental issues early on. We have and utilise advanced diagnostic tools to ensure a precise assessment of your rabbit’s dental care needs.

Rabbit Pain Management

We understand that dental procedures can be stressful for both you and your rabbit. We strive to prioritise your pet's comfort and well-being. This includes appropriate pain management for both during and after certain treatments. Our team employs the latest pain management techniques to ensure a smooth and pain-free recovery.


Preventative Rabbit Dental Care Guildford

Prevention is always better than cures or treatments. Here at Alder Vets Guildford, we offer guidance on proper nutrition and oral hygiene practices to help you maintain your rabbit's dental care at home. Our educational resources empower you to be a proactive caregiver.


Contact Us Today

At Alder Veterinary Clinic, we believe that every rabbit deserves a happy and pain-free life. Our commitment to excellence in rabbit dental care sets us apart as a trusted partner in your pet's health journey.

If you suspect your rabbit is experiencing dental issues or simply want to schedule a routine check-up, don't hesitate to reach out to us. Our dedicated team is here to provide the highest quality care for your beloved bunny.

Ensure your rabbit's dental health and book an appointment at Alder Vets today.

Alder Veterinary Practice

Unit B

Queen Elizabeth Park

Railton Road




Telephone: 01483 536036

Email: [email protected]

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