Hello all. Could someone please give me some advise on treating a very young rabbit who's suffering from snuffles. I rescued this little thing which I've named 'Snuggles', along with a larger or slightly older bunny, Jessie, around a month ago, and very soon became aware of the little one's condition. Four days after getting it (not sure of it's gender yet) we visited the vet who confirmed the problem was snuffles. Due to the very young age of the rabbit the vet didn't want to give it antibiotics, and instead advised me to feed lots of dill to help the little thing's immune system to strengthen. Thankfully, the condition hasn't worsened, and if anything has thankfully slightly improved. Regardless of this it's heartbreaking to see the poor little bun is still having an unpleasant time dealing with the problem. Also, thankfully little Jessie hasn't shown any signs of the illness. I understand snuffles is very contagious, so I've quarantined these two little ones from my other seven house-buns, so all should hopefully be okay for them. Should I now ask the vet for a course of antibiotics or another form of treatment ? If so, I've been led to believe rabbits need a second type of medicine after antibiotics, to assist their natural stomach bacteria/enzymes in reestablishing. Some advice on this matter would be really very much appreciated. Jessie and Snuggles.