In this case, it can possibly due to allergens from cloth or carpets, that triggers sneezing on the part of your rabbit. Controlling such objects to come near to your pet is essential to avoid excessive unwanted reactions.
With regards to type of food, your pet is on its 6th weeks old. If the age is based from the time of birth, then a baby rabbit food should be given to ensure optimal growth and maintain good, quality health of your pet.
If the age, however, is based from the time of purchase (say for example, upon purchase, your rabbit is 3 months old, plus another 6 weeks which has a total of almost 4 1/2 months old), then we may suggest to have a transition feeding period. This means, you may start mixing a baby rabbit food to a new adult rabbit food. As a guide, rabbit that falls within the age of 4- 4 1/2 months old and above, you may start an adult rabbit food. We would like to highllight further, that transition is important (mixing of the current pet food to a new food) to avoid intestinal upsets.
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With best regards,
Eliezer M. Bauzon, DVM RN