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My rabbit has yellow teeth! Help!

Hello! My rabbit's top teeth are yellow but his bottom teeth are white. Sometimes his nose drips a little bit. Any ideas? Other than these symptoms he is as happy as can be. He eats, drinks, regularly uses his litter box, snuggles,binkies,and zoomies.
Could be a sign of dental disease. The nasal discharge being the result of tooth root elongation. You would need to consult a Rabbit Savvy Vet to ascertain if there is a problem or not 😀
your rabbit may be experiencing dental problems or a slight respiratory infection. Yellowing teeth could be a sign of dental issues, while nasal discharge might indicate a respiratory problem. To ensure the well-being and happiness of your bunny, I would suggest taking them to a vet for a check-up or to buy pet prescription without vet meds.
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