Rabbit Smells Funky
(Chicago, Illinois, USA)
Spot the Signs
Recently, my little bunny has been acting reclusive. We thought it was just because of a change in the weather and thought nothing of it.
But then we noticed that he'd begun to eat and drink a lot slower. He is almost six so we then thought perhaps it was down to old age.
Then we noticed a smell coming from him and thought it was just a "rabbit smell" and that he would take care of it himself.
But then, when I went to stroke his chin, there was a strong smell on my finger that had come from his mouth area.
I don't know if it is an infection in his mouth or his stomach or tooth or something else.
There are no visible signs of an abbsess or anything but I'm very worried. He still has a long life to live.
My question is, is there anything that we can do to help him before we see the vet?
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