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Q. My rabbit gas diarea and the room where it lives is stinking bad,How can I cure my rabbit?

A. As long as the rabbit is otherwise bright, happy a d eating then it could just be due to an imbalance in gut flora. You can try Fibreplex paste (a pro biotic paste for rabbits). If there are any other symptoms such as lethargy, off food then you need to see your vet straight away as rabbits can go downhill very quickly in the matter of hours and it can be hard to bring them back when they get very poorly.

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JULIA HENWOOD

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