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bonilla&BUB
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Hey,

I am not a vet but if my bun was breathing this fast while resting, I would be concerned and I would seek a check-up with the vet. I am a paramedic so I often listen to their lungs and heart with my stethoscope. I’m not sure if you are trained in that area.

Sometimes my rabbits breathe much faster after exercise (this makes sense). What were the events leading up to this? Is this how she is breathing 24/7? When did this start? Sounds like kids screaming in the background, could this have startled her? How long have you had her?

Good luck!