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    Germanwolfgirl
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    Ok so my newest rabbit Peter does these really weird sneezes, but don’t sound like a sneeze, the sound is like a mixture between a sneeze and a grunt. He’s not angry or upset about anything, he just sniffs stuff and then sneeze grunts a couple times. Has anyone else experienced this?


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    Jadeo09
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    I’m unsure boo sneezes sometimes when she eats hay its more clearing her nose.
    Maybe you could get her checked at a vet to rule out infection or breathing issues.
    Then when you have ruled that out you would be a confident its behavioural rather than a physical problem.
    Sorry I couldn’t be of more help.I don’t recognise the behaviour you describe though sorry.
    Jade


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    Rookie
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    Does he circle your feet and grunts along with sniffing?


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