Rabbit Vaccinations

Vaccination schedule for your rabbit:

10 weeks of age (1st vaccination)

To protect against Calicivrus. Calicivirus is a viral haemorrhagic disease and can cause sudden death in rabbits.

14 weeks of age (2nd vaccination)

Booster against Calicivirus.

Annual Vaccination (after 2nd vaccination)

After their 2nd vaccination they will then need to have a yearly vaccination to keep them fully protected. Don’t worry if you forget, we will send you a reminder a month before your rabbit’s vaccination is due!

What about myxomatosis?

There is currently no vaccination in Australia for myxomatosis which is a fatal disease transmitted by mosquitoes. Prevention is therefore particularly important, with rabbit hutches and outdoor areas being made mosquito-proofed.

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Join Our Regular Rabbit Vaccination Roundup

We run a regular rabbit vaccination clinic where you can book your adorable bunny for their vaccination at a discounted rate. We run these clinics as bunny vaccinations come in a vial of 10 doses and once opened must be used within a certain amount of time for it to be fully effective.

If you have a bunny in need of a vaccination give us a call to go on our wait list for the next clinic.