Thank you so much. I will try something
- move them into a cool, shady area out of the sun.
- use a cool, wet towel to dampen their fur. Don't pour water onto them directly to avoid shock.
- put them near a fan.
- let them drink small amounts of cool water
a damp towel over the enclosure.
- Allow them to drink small amounts of cool water.
- Gently wipe cool water on their ears.
- Move their enclosure (if you can) so it's in a cooler place or move them to a cooler (secure) place if that's not an option.
- Spray his belly and back with cool water
Thanks, I am watching videos on how to take care of him. How do I now if I need to take him to the vet or not?If he's experiencing actual heat stroke, you need to get him to the vet immediately! Heat stroke is a life threatening emergency!
Heat can be very dangerous to pet rabbits. Learn how to recognize the symptoms of heat stroke in rabbits and how to prevent the condition.myhouserabbit.com
If he's just a bit hot and experiencing minor heat stress, you can take measures to cool him down. Bring him into an air conditioned environment, mist ears, let drink cool water(not cold).