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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Rabbit has cut/scraped inside of ear

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    • MaddieJC15
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      Is this bad? I think she may have got it from scratching her ear too hard as her nails do need cutting (they will be done at vets next week). It looks more red in person and it doesn’t seem to be hurting her.
      Should I clean it, if so what do I clean it with?
      Also, whilst I’m here, has anyone got any tips to help keep my rabbits cool? It’s the middle of a heatwave and I don’t want them to overheat.

       

       

       


    • Wick & Fable
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      It looks pretty minor to me. I would continue to monitor and if it seems to be getting worse, mention it at the appointment next week. A small graze should heal fine on its own.

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    • LBJ10
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      It doesn’t look too bad. Just make sure to cut her nails.

      Do you use frozen water bottles? Or ceramic tiles? Some people use “Chin Chiller” stones which can be put in the freezer.

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