Common diseases in domestic rabbits are:
Gastrointestinal diseases include diarrhea, gas, diarrhea and nausea.
Respiratory diseases: includes colds, respiratory infections and shortness of breath.
Skin diseases: includes skin fungus, itching and skin inflammation.
Internal diseases: include bradycardia, clostriding, wrinkle syndrome and anorexia nervosa.
Neurological diseases: includes seizures, behavior disorders and anxiety.
Some rabbits can get gallstones due to eating unhealthy food or lack of fiber in their diet.
Some rabbits can get diarrhea due to lactose intolerance in milk or consumption of unhealthy food.
Some rabbits can suffer from diarrhea and nausea due to infection with salmonella and clostridium bacteria.