Fur that is lightly stained can often be treated having a bath that is dry. Many bunnies can tolerate a bath that is dry but itвЂ™s important to have patience and mild.
- Put your rabbit in a position that is comfortable. The simplest position for accessing your own feet and underside may be the belly-up position. If putting the rabbit in a belly-up place, make certain a soft, padded surface supports her back and throat. Never force her to stay in this position if she attempts to produce a getaway.
- Take some Corn Starch Powder (baby care product) and use this to any fur that is urine-stained. Don’t use regular talcum powder or corn starch powder with added botanicals as this could irritate your rabbit.
- Rub the powder in to the stained areas on your own feet and inside the hind feet, if necessary. The powder shall coat and help to lift the urine from the fur. Only at that point, you’ll elect to comb through the fur by having a flea brush but be acutely careful never to pull way t hard.
- Pat and stroke the fur until the powder is removed. This can create some debris that is powdered. Continue reading How to Clean a RabbitвЂ™s Feet and Fur having a Dry Bath