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How To Take Care of a Rabbit Injury Without a Trip to the Vet

Taking a rabbit to the vet is not only costly, but it's also stressful for the animal. They typically do not enjoy car rides and waiting rooms full of other animals. Rabbit care for skin conditions, minor wounds, cuts, and other irritations is easy thanks to Clireon™ rabbit wound spray and gel. Clireon™ helps manage symptoms and soothes skin irritation for your bunny in the comfort of their own home.

Applications for Clireon™ Rabbit Wound Care

Clireon™ animal wound spray helps manage your rabbit's:

  • Ulcerative Pododermatitis aka Hock Sores
  • Rabbit Bite Wounds
  • Cuts
  • Open Sores
  • Itchy Skin
  • Allergies
  • Abrasions
  • Rabbit Wound Maggots, also known as Flystrike or Myiasis
  • And more!

Rabbit Wound Maggots

Rabbit wound maggots infestation is a very serious condition that occurs when flies lay their eggs on the rabbit's skin. The best medicine for flystrike is prevention — keep both the animal and its cage clean. Rabbits with wounds are more likely to be affected. If a wound is present, be sure to clean and cover it to prevent the flies from entering the wound.

How To Clean a Rabbit Wound

Clireon™ works fast to help prevent infection and soothe wounds, and using Clireon™ rabbit wound spray is easy. Just spray a gentle stream directly onto the wound site to wash away debris and clean the area. The all-natural ingredient, Hypochlorous Acid (HOCI), in Clireon™ kills microorganisms and bacteria to help prevent infection. In some instances, you may need to cover the wound to prevent licking and help keep it clean.

How To Treat a Topical Wound on a Baby Rabbit

If you are wondering how to care for a baby rabbit with a leg wound, keep in mind that baby rabbit care for superficial wounds is basically the same as for adult rabbits. Just adjust the amount of Clireon™ you use based on the directions provided for promoting safe healing no matter your bunny's age.

Consult your veterinarian if the rabbit bite wound or other injury shows no sign of improvement in seven days or is accompanied by fever.

Special Rabbit Care Concerns

Rabbits are not like most mammals, and there are some unique concerns when treating them. If you are thinking of how to treat an infected wound on a rabbit, keep these critical differences in mind:

  • Painkiller/lidocaine can induce heart failure in rabbits.
  • Rabbits have sensitivity to many antibiotics.

Clireon™ is an antibiotic and steroid-free wound care treatment that can be used on rabbits and is safe and effective. HOCl soothes skin irritations and helps soothe wounds, cuts, scratches, bites, and burns. Clireon™ can help manage a wide variety of symptoms. Purchase Clireon™ Today!

Non-Toxic Rabbit Care to Keep Your Animal Healthy

Clireon™ is non-toxic and completely harmless if ingested, so you won't have to worry about your rabbit becoming ill after licking or chewing at their wounds. No rinsing is necessary. Our animal wound spray and gel are safe for use around your animal's mouth, nose, eyes, and ears.

Choose Natural Rabbit Wound Care with Clireon™

If you want affordable, steroid and antibiotic-free rabbit care to help manage wounds at home, reach for Clireon™. Get yours today!


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