Welcome to our page! We do our best to provide to-be and current bunny owners up-to-date info on the best care for their house rabbits. When we adopted our first bunny in 2005, there was almost nothing on the internet to tell us how to care for him. Just in the past few years, information has exploded online, and now it can be confusing! We try to simplify it by posting weekly articles on current issues, daily care, concerns, proper feeding, and other info so you can enjoy your house-bun! If you are just finding us, feel free to look through the older posts also. Please email us if you have any questions! Happy bunnies make happy hearts! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, April 15, 2016
Common X-Rays of Bunnies
These are some of the common x-rays of your bunny if you go in for any issues with stasis or gas issues. Also included are some to show the delicate bone structure, which are amazing.
Normal rabbit x-ray seen from the side view.
Stomach full of food that has dried with hair...(what can happen during moulting season causing stasis). Cecum is empty here. (side view)
A view of the distended stomach full of food and hair.
Intestines filled with gas from digestion process.
Total stasis. Cecum filled with gas, stomach fully distended. Day before surgery.
Rabbit suffering from respiratory distress. Mass leads to dorsal displacement of heart and lungs.