This is happening all the time, which is why I started to worry. I checked her nose, eyes and paws and I dont notice anything. She sneezes maybe once every couple days. Right before she started making this noise, she was hiccuping. I took her to the vet and they mentioned she could have some hair in her stomach and advised to make sure she was eating. Then suddenly she started doing this.Is this happening all of the time or only at certain times? Are there any signs of clear or white nasal discharge? And crustiness or matting on the insides of the front paws(this is where a rabbit would wipe a runny nose)? Any eye discharge or excessive sneezing going on? Any other odd symptoms you've noticed?
how much should i put in the water? and the vet did check for a blockage. she said there was one and to just make sure shes eating and drinking.You could try some apple cider vinegar in her water ( because apple cider vinegar fixes almost everything). We have used apple cider vinegar in the water almost every time we didn’t know what was up with an animal most of the time it helps. The worst the apple cider vinegar could do is give her an immune system a boost. The best thing really would be to have the vet check for a blockage.
I had xrays done on her last week. The vet mentioned there could be some hair or misc. things causing a problem. I think I will go back to the vet and have her nose/mouth checked. Do you have any other suggestions?It could be your rabbit has developed a respiratory infection, or there could be some sort of partial airway obstruction like a piece of hay stuck up the nasal passage. Your vet would need to do a thorough mouth exam and take a look up your rabbits nasal passage as well. It's possible xrays may even be necessary, depending on what the vets findings are.
Medirabbit: respiratory issues in rabbits