Thank you for waiting. Passage of a blood clot often indicates something serious. It can be from the urinary tract, or it can be from the reproductive system. If there is blood in the uterus, it pools in the vagina. when the rabbit urinates, the muscles put pressure on the vagina, pushing the blood out with the urine. This is often like a small puddle within the urine, or a clot.
Depending on exactly where it's coming from, several different conditions could be causing it. Uterine infections and tumors are not uncommon. Both can cause bleeding. Blood in the urine can indicate a urinary tract infection, bladder stones, or kidney disease. There are no home remedies, and no first aid measures that will help. Snowflake is going to need to be seen by a vet. This site has a directory of rabbit vets:
If you would like to read a complete, scientific discussion of this problem, I'll give you a good website:
You might want to read it before your vet visit. It would be best to see a rabbit specialist. Often, vets who treat mostly dogs and cats are not familiar with rabbit's health conditions and sensitivities to certain medications.The treatment the vet will provide will depend on what he/she finds. Some infections can be treated with antibiotics. Some reproductive problems can only be cured by spaying.
It's too bad this had to happen close to fair. You'll have to decide if Snowflake should be shown or not. This is not likely to be anything contagious, but the stress could be hard on her when something is already wrong.
If you have more questions, just let me know. I hope Snowflake will be able to reacha full recovery.
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