Intermittent inappetence and fur loss in a New Zealand White rabbit

  title={Intermittent inappetence and fur loss in a New Zealand White rabbit},
  author={Krishnan Kolappaswamy and Edwin H. Kriel and C G Mcleod and Louis J Detolla},
  journal={Lab Animal},
A two-year-old, male New Zealand White (NZW) rabbit was presented to the clinical veterinarian for inappetence and fur loss. The animal had only been in our animal facility for two weeks. We acquired the rabbit from a commercial supplier we had used previously. The vendor screened the rabbits for infectious pathogens and results were consistently negative. The animal was fed a commercial rabbit diet, provided with water ad libitum, and was not enrolled in any study at the time of presentation… 

Spinal Lymphoma and Pulmonary Filariasis in a Pet Domestic Rabbit (Oryctolagus Cuniculus Domesticus)

  • S. ReedShannon ShawDawn E. Evans
  • Medicine, Biology
    Journal of veterinary diagnostic investigation : official publication of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Inc
  • 2009
Spinal lymphoma and concurrent pulmonary filariasis are reported in a pet rabbit. The rabbit presented for pelvic limb paralysis resulting from extradural spinal lymphoma, presumably rising from the