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Quickly assess the wound. If there are large areas of skin missing and/or you can see tendons muscles or bones, cover the area with a clean dry dressing and go immediately to your nearest vets.
Quickly assess the bleeding, if your pet has a bleeding wound that is spurting bright red blood, they may have damaged an artery. This bleeding may be more difficult to stop so apply a firm pressure and go immediately to your nearest vets.
Your rabbit’s eyes should look shiny and clear. Weepy eyes are often a sign of a problem.
Very minor wounds (cuts, grazes, burns, bites and bruises) often heal themselves. More serious wounds should always been seen by a vet.