My rabbit recently got a large white spot in her eye it's very worrying but I don't know if it's actually harmful for her or if she'll go blind in that eye if you have any idea/opinion please tell me thank you
Ok thank you I will get her checked outWithout being able to see the spot clearly in the photo, a white spot can mean a cataract, ulcerated cornea, or e. cuniculi induced uveitis.
A cataract may not need any medical treatment, unless you have an experienced vet that is able to perform cataract surgery on a rabbit. But the uveitis from EC may need medical treatment, and an ulcerated cornea absolutely does need the appropriate treatment. It would be best to have your rabbit evaluated by an experienced rabbit vet right away.
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