It looks like you went offline without seeing my request for information. I was trying to narrow down what Fleckie's problem might be, but I don't want you to wait, so I'll go ahead and answer without knowing those things.
Rabbits don't get colds the same way we humans do. Our colds are caused by a virus, and we just have to make the symptoms better with over-the-counter medicines and wait for them to pass. Rabbits get bacterial respiratory infections. They do not go away, but usually get worse, often progressing to pneumonia, if they aren't treated with prescription antibiotics. We often refer to these infections as snuffles. However, respiratory infections often produce more symptoms than sneezing. Often, there will be discharge from the nose or eyes, a bit of appetite loss, and some lethargy.
There are a number of causes of sneezing besides snuffles. Of course, there's always the possibility this is the beginning of snuffles, but usually, you would have seen more symptoms. I would continue to keep a close eye on her for any other symptoms. Let's look at some other possibilities.
Rabbits can develop allergies. Among the most common are allergies to bedding. Wood shavings are the usual culprits. Cedar and pine shavings can actually damage the respiratory system, and should never be used. Other shavings can cause problems in certain sensitive rabbits. If there's any dust on the hay or straw, that can also cause sneezing and allergies in some rabbits.If you're not already using a paper-based bedding, I suggest changing this particular rabbit's bedding to one, such as CareFresh.
Another cause of sneezing with no other symptoms is that a foreign particle has gotten into the nostril. A small piece of hay or straw is usually the problem. A vet would have to remove it.
A polyp, abscess, or tumor in the nose can also cause sneezing. so can a dental problem.
It would be best to have a vet examine the rabbit. An x-ray would be needed to detect foreign objects or growths in the nose. If nothing is found, you can rest easy that the rabbit simply has allergies. Here is the link for a directory of rabbit vets:http://www.rabbit.org/vets/vets.html
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