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Q. I had 13 heathly bunnies born month ago. Then all sudden all the bunnies went down hill. I witness one having seizure and then die. There only month.

A. They really need to be examined by a vet to determine the cause. I would be suspicious of an infectious disease since it is multiple bunnies. Your vet can run diagnostic tests to help diagnose and treat the problem.

Answered By
DR. LEIGH PUSATERI, DVM

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