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Hopefully the picture is clear, hard to take pics of his chin. But I’ve been noticing this wet spot on Timothy’s chin and I’m not sure if it’s something I should be worried about. I’ve read some posts about other rabbits with wet chins, but Timothy’s isn’t as bad as the ones I’ve seen online so I'm wondering if it'll get worse if I don't get him checked out. I haven’t been able to get him to a vet for any checkups yet. Initially we were going to have one scheduled this month but my dad is a little worried about the covid cases in our town.
 

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If it's right after drinking, it's likely just water from the water dish getting on the chin and should dry up soon after. If it is staying wet and is even more so wet after eating dry foods, it could be drooling due to a dental problem.

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