Liz Buchanan BVSc MRCVS
Hello! It looks as there is excessive discharge coming from this eye, which may seem to be a minor thing, but we would suggest taking this little one to the vets for a check, especially in the mouth. Occasionally, when teeth become overgrown or the tooth-roots aren't growing straight, the extremely large roots of the molars cut across the path of the tear-duct that should drain the eye, which means that excessive discharge is not drained and rather, it leaks down the front of the face. In the event of dental causes, cure may not be possible, but it would be important to check that teeth did not need immediate attention (always remember that the min-stay of a rabbits' diet is grass of hay and that they should be able to eat a relatively large amount of it). Besides dental issues, other possible causes include particulate foreign bodies contacting the eye; ulcers; entropion; upper respiratory tract infection and so on. We would therefore strongly recommend that vet-check.