Last week of gestation
Decrease calorie intake
Signs: Weakness, depression, incoordination, anorexia, , abortion, convulsions, coma. Also Ketonuria, ketonemia, hepatic lipidosis
Treatment: Calcium gluconate, steroids, increased calorie consumption
The most common neoplasia of domestic rabbits is uterine adenocarcinoma.
1) A leading cause of death in intact pet female rabbits
2) Clinical signs include palpable uterine nodules, decreased fertility, and dystocia.
3) Multiple tumors are usually present and grow rapidly.
4) Metastasis, especially to pulmonary tissues, is common.
Lymphosarcoma, embryonal nephroma, and bile duct adenoma and carcinoma are also somewhat common in rabbits.
Primarily affect juveniles and young adults, and a genetic factor may be involved
Other neoplasias that have been reported in rabbits include ovarian, testicular, stomach, urinary bladder, and skin cancers.
All these are extremely rare.