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Published on Oct 30, 2007
Trimming a rabbits teeth - from www.bunnycentral.com. Sometimes a rabbits teeth are mis-aligned. DON'T Worry THIS IS VERY RARE. However occasionally it can happen by pulling on a cage, a fall or from a congenital (genetic) condition. They overlap, grow too long and can interfere with eating - to the point of death. These mis-aligned teeth need to be trimmed frequently, here's how to do it. I suggest you have a vet examine your rabbit first to see if the back molars are involved. There are problems in doing this yourself. If you cannot afford a vet then you can try this if it is the only way to avoid having to put your rabbit to sleep. This was a stranger's rabbit that came to me for help.