U.S. Ag Census data shows that rabbit production has increased in recent years.According to the 2012 Census of Agriculture (NASS), more than 5,000 farms sold almost 853,000 rabbits nationally. Rabbits are raised for meat, angora wool, breeding stock, pets and laboratory animals. Rabbits are considered a minor animal species by FDA. As a result there are not many products labeled for use in rabbits.
There are only 2 FDA Approved drugs labeled for use in Rabbits
Minor Use Animal Drug Program- NRSP 7
The Minor Use Animal Drug Program is designed to address the shortage of FDA approved animal drugs for minor food animal species by funding and overseeing the efficacy, animal safety, human food safety research and environmental assessments required for drug approval.
MUMs Rx can be searched by drug name, active ingredient and species to find drugs and withdrawal information available for use in minor food species.