Rabbit Health: Vaccinations
Rabbits can be vaccinated against two diseases. Both diseases are transmitted by flying insects as well as on items like plant leaves so pet rabbits are at risk even if they don't have direct contact with wild rabbits.
Myxomatosis vaccination is a single injection which can be given from six weeks of age. We recommend booster vaccination every six months because myxomatosis is common in wild rabbits in this area.
Viral haemorrhagic disease vaccination is also a single injection which can be given from ten weeks of age. Boosters are required annually.
The above two vaccinations should be separated by two weeks.
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