The dwarf rabbit has a dirty butt: what to do
Step One: Cleaning
First of all, if your rabbit has a dirty bottom, it should be cleaned as soon as possible. Dirt could attract fleas and other insects and create a very uncomfortable situation and, in extreme cases, potentially deadly.
Insects could deposit their larvae here, which would quickly reproduce by feeding on the attached feces.
As we have said several times, however, rabbits do not like baths, so what should you do? The trick is simple. The affected area should be cleaned regularly with a damp cloth. The water should be at room temperature, neither too hot nor too cold.
If the feces, however, were to become hard, the game becomes serious. In this case, you need to intervene with a good bath. Try following the tips on how to bathe your rabbit here.