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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Swollen toes/paws?

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    • Snowy
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        Not sure if im doing this right.. ive noticed behind and underneath his front paws on one toe (index) is slightly puffy like the one i got off here when i went to search it..bis this normal ? Hes a rescue and ive only noticed now as hes flopped.. ive looked after him fr his owner year before and havent noticed this. But his fur is covering it so maybe its hard to notice.. hes walking fine etc has anyone had this before?


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          For the future, please keep in mind posts and replies often need to be manually approved before being publicly visibly due to online forums being frequently targeted by spammers, trolls, etc..

          All rabbits do have very tiny tiny pads by each of their toes. It is hard to say whether what is pictured is abnormal for your rabbit. If you’re able to feel the same one on the other side, that may be a more apt comparison.

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        • Snowy
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            Unfortunately its not allowing me to attach any more photos 🙁 this site is very difficult to use. Ive tried to touch his other paw but he doesnt allow me to get close not like the other as he was flooped and i could see it better. Hopefully i will be able to soon. I need to book him in to be neutured hoepfully so ill ask the vet to look but not sure hell alow him close either

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