I just got back in, congratulating my girl on an EXCELLENT job, she's improved SO much with listening to commands and tuned in quick to my commands. I had to use my "LISTEN NOW OR I'LL EAT YOU" voice once, but just as a quick reminder than I'M the one giving out the commands and SHE'S the one following them. One of my Dutch bunnies got out (that rabbit is a real Houdini) and Hazel had her corralled up beautifully. NO use of teeth, just penned into a corner that she thought was secure, but the bunny still slipped away. We're going to catch her tomorrow and putting her in a (hopefully) inescapable cage. Anyways! I was checking her paws for any cuts since she knocked over some glass and noticed that she ripped the top of a toenail off. It's not bleeding, she's not licking it or bothering it, it doesn't actually seem to hurt. It looks scabbed up. She just spend five minuets having a really enthusiastic roll on the carpet whilst trying to catch her tail, didn't act sensitive when I looked at her paws or touched the un-torn area. But, being the worry wart that I am, I'm wondering if I should maybe put something on it or wrap it. The nail looks a little bruised, but nothing serious otherwise. Definitely not infected. Her nails are pretty short, I trim and file the ends when needed but she keeps them worn down pretty well by herself. I doesn't look really fresh, but it could very well be from today. We spent about an hour out in the neighbors field today, Hazel zipped around at Mach 5 then they both explored an uncleared, slightly wooded part. No limping/pain/etc. I wouldn't have seen it if I hadn't been checking her paws!