Rabbit | The Well-Trimmed Rabbit

Rabbit | The Well-Trimmed Rabbit

Rabbit toenails become quite sharp and rabbits can scratch if they become frightened or are not handled properly. Rabbit toenails can be trimmed very easily with either trimmers that are used for humans or the type that are used for other pets. The toenails of rabbits are trimmed in the same manner as those of a dog or cat, and they should be trimmed regularly at three-month intervals, or as necessary depending on the breed.

The rabbit’s front incisors grow approximately one-half to three quarters of an inch per month. It is very important that these incisors are aligned so that they continue to wear off the tooth growth regularly. If the incisors are not aligned properly, the teeth may grow excessively long and inhibit the animal from eating properly. If necessary, teeth can be trimmed on a regular basis to prevent any problems as there are absolutely no nerve endings in the incisors of a rabbit.

Johnson's Milling & Feed Inc. carries an array of animal health supplies for your veterinary needs, daily requirements, and emergency supplies, including supplements and formula. Please call us or stop in to learn more about our complete selection of animal health supplies.


The following is a partial list of the products we have available for cattle, equine, goat, poultry, sheep, and swine:


  • Paste
  • Injectable
  • Feeding Block
  • Boluses
  • Pour On
  • Pellet Feed Additive


  • Sprays
  • Roll On
  • Super Mask II
  • Dust
  • Feeding Blocks
  • Ear Tags


  • Hoof Management
  • Nutritional Vitamins
  • Pain Management
  • Weight Builder

Antibiotics & Injectable Medications

  • Penicillin
  • Tylan
  • Liquamycin
  • Vitamin B Complex

Wound Care

  • Cut-Heal
  • NFZ Salve & Powder
  • Matrix Wound Care Products
  • Tri-Care

Livestock Vaccinations and More!

If you are not sure which product will suit your needs, just ask one of us. We will be glad to assist you.