Online Veterinary Education Library

Our team of veterinarians and staff strive to improve the overall health of our patients by focusing on preventing, diagnosing and treating conditions associated with their health. Please use our educational library to learn more about health problems and treatments available for your pet. If you have questions or need to schedule an appointment, contact us.

Daily Exercise

Activity is a vital part of keeping a rabbit happy and healthy. Your rabbit will need time to roam outside of its cage for a few hours every day. There needs to be enough space for the bunny to hop, jump and run. You can place some toys or digging materials in the exercise space to encourage your pet to chew and dig, too. Rabbits that don't have enough room and/or don't get enough exercise display destructive behavior. They are also prone to obesity, poor bone density, poor muscle tone and gastrointestinal problems that can reduce their life spans.

Mental Stimulation

In addition to having the opportunity to run, jump, chew and dig every day, rabbits are sociable creatures. They need to be engaged by people and like being in a room with activity and attention. Don't locate your pet's cage in an isolated room. Make the bunny feel like part of your daily family activities.


Contact Us

Skeet Club Veterinary Hospital


Total Care Veterinary Hospital
633 Greensboro Road
High Point, NC 27260

Phone: (336) 841-8877
Fax: (336) 841-7371 
 


Skeet Club Veterinary Hospital
1578 Skeet Club Rd.
High Point, NC 27265
Phone: (336) 886-2315
Fax: (336) 886-2386