I have a seven year old French Lop buck who weighs just over ten pounds. He has an infected Lt.ear. This all started with a small scab that fell off, leaving a small hole. The following day the ear was hot to the touch, weep, but no pus.On the second day the ear is now swollen 2x its normal size, hot to the touch, painfull and very smelly. Still very little pus. Looks like cellulitis. I treated with warm soaks. I also gave an injection of Liquamycin (LA-200), 1cc. What else can I do.
you should try and use warm salt water and put neosporin on it. one of our bunnys had the same thing. and maybe look for some diet bunny food to try an make it lose weight. i dunno if u r but if your feedin it wit the food with the treats in it everyday that is the reason it weighs so much.
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