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    Cookie sneezes again, but this time stronger. He sneezes as if he has phlegm and this makes me very sad. He sneezes like in this video, but not in the form of an attack.

    https://youtu.be/wZMnyD8m1Jw

    I have a vet appointment for tomorrow afternoon it's our first time going here, I hope Cookie gets better.

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    Stress can induce a flare up of RTIs and he has had a stressful time with lots of travelling to a new Country. Rabbits tend to internalise stress and not show it in behavioural ways but it manifests itself in physiological ways. I hope the Vet will be helpful x


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    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    Stress can induce a flare up of RTIs and he has had a stressful time with lots of travelling to a new Country. Rabbits tend to internalise stress and not show it in behavioural ways but it manifests itself in physiological ways. I hope the Vet will be helpful x
    I think that too. I think road stress may be causing this because he was fine when on the road. After the road ended, the sneezes started. Today we will have our first veterinary experience here. a reader of books found us a veterinary clinic with experience in rabbits before we came here. We will go there today, I trust this vet clinic a lot. I believe my cookie will finally be in the right hands. I hope he gets better fast, now I wrote a long history of illness for cookie, I'm thinking of showing it to the vet as well. Do you think I should talk about the history of Cookie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCG View Post
    I think that too. I think road stress may be causing this because he was fine when on the road. After the road ended, the sneezes started. Today we will have our first veterinary experience here. a reader of books found us a veterinary clinic with experience in rabbits before we came here. We will go there today, I trust this vet clinic a lot. I believe my cookie will finally be in the right hands. I hope he gets better fast, now I wrote a long history of illness for cookie, I'm thinking of showing it to the vet as well. Do you think I should talk about the history of Cookie?
    Having some background history of previous symptoms and the names of the drugs prescribed would be helpful


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    Quote Originally Posted by InspectorMorse View Post
    Having some background history of previous symptoms and the names of the drugs prescribed would be helpful
    Ok, I wrote them too, I remember them all. Thank you so much

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    Good luck with Cookies vet visit, I'm glad that Reader of Books was able to help with a vet, that has experience with rabbits. Let us know how he gets on xx
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    Yes, history-especially respiratory-will let vet know past treatments and test results.
    Sending vibes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pets mum View Post
    Good luck with Cookies vet visit, I'm glad that Reader of Books was able to help with a vet, that has experience with rabbits. Let us know how he gets on xx
    Quote Originally Posted by bunny momma View Post
    Yes, history-especially respiratory-will let vet know past treatments and test results.
    Sending vibes.
    Thank you both very much. I will take your advice into consideration and let you know after the vet.

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    We just came home from the vet. Clinic and vet were really great, they really understand rabbits. They were really experienced in this matter, for the first time I completely trusted the vet.

    The vet said there was no infection in Cookie, says he may have a hay stuck in his nose or be allergic. I suspect this too, because a few days ago Cookie was constantly sticking his head in the hay in the tunnel. The vet talked and explained a lot to us. Now she made an appointment for 1 week later and told us to watch. If Cookie continues to sneeze after 1 week, the nose of Cookie will be viewed with a camera and x-rayed. I am happy that at least there is no infection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCG View Post
    We just came home from the vet. Clinic and vet were really great, they really understand rabbits. They were really experienced in this matter, for the first time I completely trusted the vet.

    The vet said there was no infection in Cookie, says he may have a hay stuck in his nose or be allergic. I suspect this too, because a few days ago Cookie was constantly sticking his head in the hay in the tunnel. The vet talked and explained a lot to us. Now she made an appointment for 1 week later and told us to watch. If Cookie continues to sneeze after 1 week, the nose of Cookie will be viewed with a camera and x-rayed. I am happy that at least there is no infection.
    That's really good news, so pleased that you now have a good vet who understands bunnies. Hope Cookie stops sneezing now xx
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