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Home Forums HOUSE RABBIT Q & A What is on his hind foot?

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    Skiperdee
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    I saw this on my rabbits hind foot 2 weeks ago and its still there. It doesnt seem to be bothering him (1yr old). Any tips? I am new to seeing this. Please let me know if you have advise. My rabbit means the world to me.


    #1850533

    Azerane
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    Hi there, it seems you haven’t attached any photos to your post to show us what it is on your buns hind foot.

    As a suggestion, you could look up sore hocks on rabbits and the information and photos regarding that might give you an answer if it is the same. That’s the most common injury to hind feet. Otherwise we’ll need to see a photo to help.


    #1850650

    binkieBun
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    Sore hocks are most common issues or urning scalding. Please read here to learn about these issues: http://rabbit.org/treating-sore-hocks/, http://www.disabledrabbits.com/urine-scald.html


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