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omg I hope he's okay

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He went through two rounds of normal antibiotics, and then went through a round of stronger antibiotics. He did get better but he's still got the sneezes. We're going to see if his teeth are growing into his sinuses even though they shouldn't be at this age.

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Check his level of e.cuniculli. (I think that's the name of it). It's the bacteria that causes head tilt aka snuffles.

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he doesn't tilt his head or any other symptom with it. He just sneezes, and its not all the time but when he gets worked up. He does have a bit of a runny nose at times but thats it. He runs around and plays like a crazy bunny, eats like a hog, and doesn't act different at all. it's just the snuffles. I think there might be something in the carpet causing allergies, because who knows how old this carpet is or what has lived here...

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Chronic conditions are not to be over looked though. I'm glad he's getting xrays :) I mean, I know you guys know what you're doing but let us know!

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Oh I know. I'll ask the vet about it when we go in for his pre-surgery check up. I would guess the reason she's not worried about it is because he's just not showing other signs.

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Everytime I give Bunny a paper bag of hay and treats she always snorts some hay crumbs and sneezes like the blessed jesus. So maybe try shaking out his hay before filling the hay rack?The tiny dust in it (which causes such hives and sneezing in me and my bf are what causes my bunny's sneezes) lol

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it might be... We've been trying that since the first run in with the sniffles. We've like gone into super dust free mode lol. we run around with the shop vac and "suck" any dust we find. When we change his cage we through a sock over the end of the shop vac and suck any dust out of his cage even though its carefresh...

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