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8 In 1 UltraCare S Animal Spray, 8-Ounce
Hands down one of the best flea treatment for rabbits available on the market today. UltraCare Small Animal Spray works well for rabbit owners who want long-lasting, fast-acting flea, tick, and chewing lice control, UltraCare Small Animal Spray guarantees control on rabbits aged 8 weeks and older.
Like with all other products, your rabbit might develop an allergic reaction to the active ingredient, in which case you should stop this treatment immediately and consult your vet on an alternative treatment
Kaytee Squeaky Clean Critter Shampoo 8-Ounce
This product comes in the shape of Clean Critter Shampoo. may be applied easly, and with results beginning to show themselves with in the first day. One single dose is said to kill all adult fleas on your rabbit’s body, and can be used in combination with other medicine or flea-preventive treatments.
Demodectic Sarcoptic Mange Treatment – Natural Shampoo Dogs & Mites
The product aims Provide your pet with immediate relief to irritated, itchy skin, kills bacteria and yeast that can be associated with mange infections. The unique formula uses a robust mix of miticide, therapeutic, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal oils that are gentle on the skin and on the hair, yet are extremely effective against mange and related symptoms
DEsect Diatomaceous Earth Insecticide for Fleas
DEsect Diatomaceous Earth Insecticide Fleas for rabbits is able to kill a wide range of parasites such as adult fleas, flea eggs, flea larvae, as well as deer ticks, brown rabbit ticks, American ticks and lone star ticks. It’s fairly easy to use, and you will be able to see the results in about a day. Its protection properties can last for up to six weeks, after which you will need to apply it again. The active ingredient works by attacking the parasite’s central nervous system, paralyzing and killing the fleas.
Vet’s Best Flea & Tick Pet & Home Spray
Though similar to other products of its kind, the Vet’s Best Flea & Tick Pet & Home Spray works quicker acting than most products. It’s made out of active ingredient plus it’s easy to apply.
Symptoms: Fleas on Rabbits
The following are the common symptoms of flea infestation on rabbits.
Scratching – rabbits get severe skin damage due to the ongoing scratching that often gets intense. The continuous scratching also leads to red, irritated skin
Excessive rubbing – A rabbit could have fleas when they continuously rub themselves against something. Especially when one or more of the other symptoms are also present.
Excessive Biting – rabbits often bite at their legs, hind end, and the tail, which cause them to get irritable, and restless. Please keep in mind that the biting also leads to scabs and scaling.
Excessive chewing – Constant chewing at the fleas causes rabbits to chew at their own skin which leads to open, oozing sores.
Excessive licking – The constant licking stains the rabbit’s fur, hair loss occurs and that results in broken fur.
Flea Allergy Dermatitis – This occurs when rabbits are allergic to fleas, which is a common factor especially in America.
Odors – The flea bites cause infection, which in turn leads to odors.
- Coconut oil for cats itchy skin – coconut oil is one of the best natural remedies that are known to relieve itchiness and skin sensitivity.
- Homemade dip of rosemary and peppermint – This home remedy is a humidifier, and along with a healthy diet, can moisturize the cat’s skin.
- Drink water– super helpful with the itching due to dry skin.
- Food allergies– switching up the food and environment can be effective. In response to allergy, your vet might suggest a hypoallergenic rabbit diet.
Something you should do as soon as possible is taking steps to get rid of fleas on rabbits permanently. The constant biting is unhealthy as the bites can get infected. Infections can lead to sores and hygiene is vital. You can use home treatments as well as commercial remedies.
Baking Soda – Baking soda gives relief from intense itching and reduces inflammation. Take equal amounts of water and baking soda to make a paste. Rub this paste gently onto infected and affected areas.
Epsom Salt – This is an excellent soothing remedy for flea bites. Add half a cup of Epsom salt into a cold bath. Soak your rabbit in this water for fifteen minutes and the itch will be relieved.
Aloe Vera Gel – If you have an Aloe growing in your garden, it is ideal. Break the leaf and use the sticky gel that seeps out to rub on your y’s infected areas.
Antibiotic and Antiseptic creams- Not only do these creams sooth the rabbit’s skin, they also prevent and cure skin infections and irritations.