A rabbit’s teeth will grow constantly throughout their lives. In the wild, they have to eat a phenomenal amount of plant matter to stay alive, so as well as being incredibly tough their teeth need to be able to grow, to deal with the wear-and-tear this diet involves. By supplying your pets with a balanced diet that contains a good amount of roughage, you should be able to help your pet keep their teeth in check. Another option is to invest in a chew or a gnaw - these are specially-designed items that allow rabbits to wear down their teeth on something safely.
It's important that owners provide their pets with safe ways to wear down their teeth
If your rabbit is dribbling, has sores around its mouth, cuts on its body, or is not eating, then there may be a problem with their teeth. The teeth themselves may be uneven, broken, cracked or growing strangely. It’s best to take your rabbit to a vet if you suspect a tooth problem - not only can it be very uncomfortable, but issues that prevent your rabbit from eating need to be treated quickly and by a professional.