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What it means when

a rabbit develops an

Overgrown Incisor

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Rabbit’s incisors, or front teeth, grow continuously throughout
their life. Normally, chewing on their food and on wood blocks
keeps them a normal length.

Sometimes this is not enough and the incisors become overgrown.
The rabbit will be unable to eat properly and unable to groom.
Its coat will become ragged and you will notice excessive

Treating Overgrown Incisors in Pet Rabbits

Treatment involves filing the incisors under anesthesia.
Clipping the teeth is no longer recommended as they can fracture
easily and become infected.

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