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Sticky eye

Species: rabbit | Category: petcare | Submitted: 4 September 2007 06:18PM | viewed 4878 times
Q Isobel asks:

Hey! I have noticed that my rabbit has wet sticky fur around his eye. Should I leave it or take him to a vet ?

Q Our vet says: Yes, you should take your rabbit to the vet. Stickiness/ wetness around the eye is usually due to a discharge from the eye and possibly indicates that there is a problem with the eye itself or associated structures. This type of problem could even be related to the teeth- so your vet does need to see your rabbit to diagnose and treat the problem.
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