Did you change the bedding recently sometimes they can react to dusty bedding. If she is still behaving normally and eating ok then just watch it for a day or so. If her eyes start to become runny, or the nasal discharge becomes yellow/green or doesn't stop, if she becomes lethargic or stops eating as much as usual then take her to a vet. If you are in Sydney the best exotics vet is David Vella.
Also you should have her vaccinated for calici virus and if she has an outdoor hutch then it should have insect screens to protect her from myxomatosis. Also google David Vella and download his diet sheet on rabbits to make sure you are feeding her the best diet as many problems can be prevented with the right nutrition. Hope she is ok and it's just a passing runny nose.
Will also try and give her less fruit (loves it!) for a few days and just keep her stocked up with hay and greens.
And thanks for the info re David Vella, will definitely keep him in mind (have been wondering which vet to go to!).
I think she will be fine, just a worried bunny mama. Will keep an eye on her though
Isn't she the cutest bunny you've ever seen?!
Last edited by safam; 20-01-2013 at 19:51.
Cute bunny rainbow can see she is spoiled rotten !
Thanks vettc for the tips!
Rainbow what type of bunny?? So cute! I want two!!!
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