“My rabbit is pulling his hair out, what should I do? ” That question has come so many times that it deserves an answer. We will try to help you get your rabbit’s fur growing back.
If your rabbit is pulling his fur out and you can’t find an underlying medical problem, the best solution is to provide him with more environmental enrichment. This means adding new things to his environment that will keep him stimulated and entertained. Toys, games, tunnels, and other objects that allow your rabbit to explore and hide will help him feel more comfortable and reduce his stress.
If your rabbit is older, you may also have to make some changes to his diet. A diet that is high in fiber and low in sugar can help keep your rabbit’s digestive system running smoothly. You should also make sure your rabbit has plenty of freshwaters to drink.
If your rabbit is pulling his fur out and you can’t find an underlying medical problem, the best solution is to provide him with more environmental enrichment.
If your rabbit’s fur starts growing back after you make these changes, then it was most likely due to stress or boredom. However, if the bald patches continue to grow, then you should take your rabbit to the veterinarian for a check-up. There may be an underlying medical problem that needs to be treated.