Starting in middle age (as early as 3-5 years old), issues with your rabbit’s urinary tract can become more common. With your rabbit aging and naturally starting to slow down (and maybe gaining a little too much weight), the risk factors for urinary troubles grows.
Urine scald is a common symptom for many urinary problems. Urine scalding happens when the rabbit’s fur becomes soaked with urine. This causes hair loss & red, inflamed skin around the legs, tail & genitals. Rabbit skin is so sensitive, this is very uncomfortable for them!
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