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New Disease in Rabbits in the U.S.

Warning: this is a startling disease and a heavy topic. (There is a picture of some healthy bunnies at the end to lift some spirits.) What is Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus? Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus, or RHDV, is a virus (of the calicivirus family) that only infects rabbits. It is often fatal (some very young… Read More


Kitten Conundrum

Adopted a new kitten or considering adopting a new kitten? Congratulations on adopting your newest best friend. Kittens are energetic, cute, playful, and so funny. But they can be a handful! Veterinary Visits All kittens (and cats) should see a veterinarian once adopted! Your new kitten will need many vaccines and check ups to ensure… Read More


Puppy Pandemic

During much of March and all of April, people have been having to work from home, social distance from friends and family, and life as we know it has changed drastically. Since people are home for the time being, many families have welcomed a new family member! Veterinary Care for your New Puppy One of… Read More


Easter Bunny

Easter is just around the corner! In the spirit of the holiday, we decided to talk about some of our favorite pets here at All Creatures– rabbits! All about Rabbits Rabbits are mammals, just like humans, dogs and cats. Surprisingly, they are not rodents, but lagomorphs! Rabbits are herbivorous, eating mainly grasses in the wild,… Read More


Kitty Play Time

As cats age out of their kitten stage, it can be difficult to keep them active. We all know that keeping active is good for the joints, waistline, and heart; this is true for our feline friends as well! But getting a cat to play with you is easier said than done. Tricks of the… Read More