Manufacturer of Veterinary Medicine for Rabbits

AdvaCare Pharma supplies and manufactures veterinary medicine for rabbits. Our range includes a variety of rabbit care products, including medications and treatments provided in convenient dosage forms, that address common health concerns.
Veterinary Medicine for Rabbits

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Apramycin Soluble Powder
Butaphosphan + Vitamin B12 Injection
Ciprofloxacin Injection
Diclazuril Premix
Enrofloxacin Oral Solution
Enrofloxacin Soluble Powder
Ivermectin + Clotrimazole + Florfenicol + Betamethasone Ear Drops
Robenidine Premix
Sulfadimidine + Trimethoprim + Oxytetracycline HCL + Tylosin Tartrate + Norsulfazole Tablets
Tetramisole HCL Soluble Powder
Tiamulin Hydrogen Fumarate Premix
Tilmicosin Phosphate Premix
Tylosin Tartrate Soluble Powder
VAD3E Injection
Veterinary medicine manufacturer of injections, suspensions, powders, boluses, tablets for livestock and pets.


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  • FSC
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  • Bioequivalence (BE) Studies

Manufacturing Locations

  • China, India, United States
*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.
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Veterinarian Voices

See why we are a trusted manufacturer of veterinary medications and pet supplements.

AdvaCare veterinary products are marketed by our distributors knowing that efficacy is assured. Such confidence in our products has made AdvaCare the market leader in countries where reliable, cost-effective livestock medications and pet supplements are in high demand.

Dr. C. Wagner

Veterinary Advisory Board

What is the meaning of Veterinary Medicine for Rabbits?

Veterinary medicine for rabbits is intended for the treatment and prevention of health conditions in rabbits. Rabbits are commonly kept as pets, but they are also found in farms, pet shops, and petting zoos. Rabbit medications alleviate symptoms, promote recovery, and maintain the overall health of rabbits.

AdvaCare Pharma is an established manufacturer of veterinary medicine for rabbits. Rabbit medicine comes in various forms such as oral medications like tablets, oral solutions, or soluble powders, injections, and premixes. Common indications and areas of application for the use of medicines for rabbits include:

  • Treating bacterial and viral infections including respiratory infections, urinary tract infections, gastrointestinal infections, or other bacterial and viral diseases that commonly affect rabbits
  • Removing parasitic infestations like fleas, mites, or ticks, as well as internal parasites like worms
  • Helping with gastrointestinal disorders
  • Alleviating skin conditions and connected symptoms
  • Management of pain
  • Support of reproductive health

In addressing the varied health concerns of these small mammals, understanding rabbit diseases and treatment is pivotal for caregivers and veterinarians alike who determine the best medicines for rabbits. External parasites, a prevalent issue in bunnies, often require immediate attention; for instance, rabbit flea treatment and rabbit mites treatment are indispensable to maintain skin health and overall comfort.

Furthermore, ear mite treatment for rabbits specifically targets those pesky parasites that can lead to discomfort and potential complications if left untreated. Additionally, bacterial infections, a common concern among these creatures, necessitate the use of antibiotics for rabbits to promptly combat the spread and ensure rapid recovery, safeguarding their delicate health and well-being.

Types of Veterinary Medicine for Rabbits

Veterinary medicine for rabbits is available to treat many diseases and health concerns. These rabbit treatments can be divided according to their dosage form.

Oral Medications

Medications for rabbits come in oral forms such as tablets, soluble powders, and oral solutions. They are administered through the mouth, providing a convenient way for pet owners to treat their bunnies.

When administering oral rabbit treatments, tablets can be placed at the back of the rabbit's mouth or mixed with a small amount of food to ensure ingestion. Soluble powders can be dissolved in water or food, and oral solutions are directly given to the rabbit using a dropper or syringe. There are a number of benefits of oral medicines for rabbits such as:

  • Ease of administration
  • Accurate dosage
  • Flexibility, they can be administered at home

Conditions and diseases that can be treated with oral drugs for rabbits include:

  • Gastrointestinal stasis: This condition affects gut motility, resulting in reduced appetite, bloating, and constipation. Oral medicines for rabbits such as prokinetic agents can stimulate intestinal movement and improve digestion.
  • Respiratory infections: Rabbits are prone to respiratory infections, which can cause symptoms like sneezing, nasal discharge, and difficulty breathing. Oral antibiotics for rabbits can be used to treat bacterial infections, like respiratory infections. Our range of rabbit medicine includes products like Sulfadimidine + Trimethoprim + Oxytetracycline HCL + Tylosin Tartrate + Norsulfazole Tablets (AsepCare™), Apramycin Soluble Powder (ApraCare™), and Enrofloxacin Oral Solution (EnroCare™)..
  • Parasitic infestations: External parasites like fleas, mites, and ticks can be treated with oral rabbit medicine containing anti-parasitic agents, such as rabbit flea treatment or rabbit mites treatment products.


Premixes are formulations that contain a premeasured combination of active ingredients. This type of rabbit medicine is typically mixed with food or water, making it a convenient and easy form of care for pet rabbits.

To use premix medicines for rabbits, the appropriate amount is typically measured and mixed with regular food or water. The premix ensures a consistent dosage, eliminating the need for individual measurement of each component. The main benefits of premix rabbit medicine include:

  • Ease of administration
  • Accurate dosage
  • Convenience

Some examples of conditions and diseases that can be treated with premix rabbit medicine include:

  • Coccidiosis: A common parasitic disease that affects the digestive tract of rabbits causing symptoms like diarrhea, weight loss, and decreased appetite. There are a variety of premix medications that can be mixed with the rabbit's feed or water to control and treat parasitic infestations like coccidiosis. Included in our range are Diclazuril Premix (DiclaCare™) and Robenidine Premix (RobenCare™).
  • Vitamin and mineral deficiencies: Premixes formulated with essential vitamins and minerals can be used to supplement the rabbit's diet and address nutritional deficiencies. Nutritional rabbit veterinary care can be prescribed for conditions like poor coat quality, weak immune system, and general nutritional imbalances.
  • Gastrointestinal health: Premix rabbit treatments can contain probiotics or digestive enzymes that help maintain healthy gut flora and support proper digestion in rabbits. These premixes can be used to alleviate digestive issues such as diarrhea, bloating, or imbalanced gut flora.
  • Bacterial infections: Some premixes are designed to help prevent and treat various kinds of bacterial infections that can affect the respiratory system, digestive system, and more. Our veterinary premix antibiotics for rabbits include Tiamulin Hydrogen Fumarate Premix (TimulCare™) and Tilmicosin Phosphate Premix (TilmiCare™).


Rabbit veterinary care also includes injections, administered through subcutaneous or intramuscular routes. This method involves delivering drugs for rabbits directly into the body tissues or muscles. Common injection sites in bunnies include the scruff of the neck or the muscles of the thigh.

There are many benefits to using veterinary medicine for rabbits in the form of injections, such as:

  • Direct and rapid delivery
  • Accurate dosage
  • Systemic treatment

The following list shows some examples of rabbit diseases and treatment that can be addressed with injections:

  • Bacterial infections: Antibiotic rabbit medicines such as enrofloxacin or penicillin, can be administered for rabbits through injections to treat bacterial respiratory infections, digestive infections, skin infections, and more. Our antibiotics for rabbits includes the Ciprofloxacin Injection (CiproCare™)
  • Pain and inflammation: Analgesics and anti-inflammatory rabbit medications, such as meloxicam or buprenorphine, may be given to manage pain and reduce inflammation in rabbits. These injections can be used for conditions like post-operative pain, arthritis, or injuries.
  • Parasitic infections: Injections containing antiparasitic agents like ivermectin can be administered to treat external or internal parasitic infestations in rabbits, including mites or intestinal worms.
  • Nutritional deficiencies: An unbalanced diet can lead to deficiencies and more serious health problems in rabbits. This can be addressed with nutritional injection treatments. Among our veterinary range for rabbits is Butaphosphan + Vitamin B12 Injection (BuVitBCare™) and VAD3E Injection (VitADECare™).

Why are we a top manufacturer of Veterinary Medicine for Rabbits?

AdvaCare Pharma has been in the business of manufacturing quality-assured Veterinary Medicine for Rabbits for over 20 years. Our veterinary range is comprised of antibiotics, antiparasitics and vitamins for rabbits, as well as other drugs and treatments for common diseases and health concerns in these animals.

As a reputable manufacturer of rabbit medicines, AdvaCare Pharma always aims to provide the best value for our distributors by focusing on high-quality, affordable veterinary products and market-specific solutions. Our extensive product range allows us to scale our resources, adding unrivaled value for our distributors to meet the challenges of their markets.