I adopted a new male rabbit two weeks ago, two days later he started this sneezing fit of about 5 in a row then intermittently throughout the day. The fur around his nose looks a bit matted, particularly more so on the right side. Sometimes he cleans himself after sneezing 5 in a row. But in the instances of 1-2 sneezes, I really do not see any nasal discharges or snot coming from his nose. They seem more like dry sneezes. His paws are not matted. He has no eye discharge or scleral redness. He's not wheezing or demonstrating any difficulties breathing. He is eating, drinking, and playing as usual. No fatigue whatsoever. He was going through a heavy shed during the first week and a half that now appears to be lightening up. I vacuumed his pen area at least twice a day and tried to shake off the dust from his Timothy hay. I've also introduced herbs in his diet that I read up online that are supposed to boost the immune system (i.e. dandelion greens, echinacea, oregano). I am very afraid this might be pasteurella (as his did come from a 100 hoarding rabbit situation), but I understand his nasal discharge would need to be cultured. I know he needs to see a vet, but the earliest appointment I can get for him is Aug 2nd for a wellness exam (with rabbit savvy vet). I am unable to get a sick visit with this vet as he's not an established patient yet (which is frustrating). I have called other vets to no avail. Their excuse is that they are backed up d/t Covid, and that I should take him to an animal emergency hospital if his condition worsens. Do you guys have any recommendations on what else to do in the meantime. Should I take him to the animal emergency hospital?