Question Hello there. First of all thank you for reading this. I will get to the point in no time and won't waste your time. I found Doodles at my usual petshop 6 days ago and i bought him. But he had a strange scar on his nose and i thought it will pass after some time. But it seems so the scar is kinda falling apart and getting white and i fear it might be getting bigger. I fear that it might be a ringworm but i am no expert at rabbit care so i would kindly ask your help on this. I was going to put some pictures of his nose but website crashed but i can send pictures through email or etc if you want to. I would really appreciate it if you could help my bunny at any way. Thanks for your attention. With all my regards,
A rabbit owner
Answer Dear Yahya
Please do send very clear, close-up pictures to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
It could be mange, or it could be an abscess. I can't tell without seeing it. If it seems flaky and crusty, please see:
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If your rabbits is LETHARGIC
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Warren Peace (Journal of the House Rabbit Society of Miami)
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