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Tear duct flushing

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Claire Speight

Emma Purnell


Tear duct flushing

If your rabbit looks like they are crying it is likely a tear duct blockage, stopping normal drainage, and causing the tears to run out of the eye and down the cheek. Tear duct problems are very common in rabbits and are often associated with dental disease.

A corneal ulcer
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