How do I tell if my rabbit is sick or in pain?

There are several signs you can look out for to tell if your rabbit is sick or in pain. Some common indicators include:

1. Changes in behavior: If your rabbit is usually active and social but suddenly becomes lethargic or withdrawn, this could be a sign of illness or pain.

2. Loss of appetite: A decrease in your rabbit's appetite or a refusal to eat altogether can be a sign that your rabbit is not feeling well.

3. Changes in stool: Any changes in your rabbit's stool, such as a lack of stool, runny or watery stool, or abnormal color or consistency, can be an indication of illness.

4. Changes in grooming habits: If your rabbit has stopped grooming themselves or has a messy coat, this could be a sign that they are not feeling well.

5. Difficulty breathing: Wheezing or rapid breathing can be a sign of respiratory problems, which require immediate veterinary attention.

6. Changes in posture or movement: If your rabbit is hunched over or has difficulty moving around, this could be a sign of pain.

If you notice any of these signs or anything else that seems unusual or concerning, it is important to take your rabbit to a veterinarian as soon as possible.

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