I have a question about an Icky Nose-- Calypso, a deformed Dwarf Dutch has had a rather nasty nose from day one--I have had him about 6 weeks now, and with daily cleaning, the nose is refusing to heal--all aother aspects of his appearance are improving-- coat has glossed up, nails are less dry. less shedding, weight gain, etc. I took a good hard look it it today-- after cl4eaning, and decided, the heck with it, and applied some liquid bandage. The nose is RAW, and bleeds a bit --especially along the top. Now Calypso is deformed, and I was wondering if maybe his grooming of himself is making him scratch his nose with his dewclaws. the nose is a bit more "upright" in appearance-- kinda like a pig nose, when one looks at it. His hair is not growing all the way to the edge of the top part, the way it is on the other bunnies. I trimmed his nails today, making double sure I had the dewclaws short and stubby, After he gets a bit of a rest, I will file them down to smooth off the edges. I am thinking a good triple antibiotic, applied topically, will be of some use Things look mostly irritated, but not like there is an infection present, except for the fact that some of the stuff that crusts up looks like serum...I am starting vitamins for the whole crew, especially the B's, because of the heat issues we have in this apartment building. I would like to use this guy as an education animal once I figure out the cause of his deformities (will be progeny testing him) Any Ideas on what the cause may be, other than him scratching himself while grooming?