For the first aid treatment of small surface wounds, povidone iodine is often recommended as a disinfectant flush. I’ve been looking for ages, and finally found some!
264 Bloor St W (in the Medical Arts Bldg)
You’ll most likely find povidone iodine in a 10% solution under the brand name Betadine. To administer: Dilute Betadine with lukewarm water (various sources differ on the ratio – 1:10, 1:4, or to an “iced tea” colour) and flush the wound. Avoid contact with the eyes, nose, mouth. Some sources recommend flushing secondly with saline water.
If you think your rabbit is in shock, or if the wound is deeper than the skin – with copious bleeding, gushing – don’t waste time at home: immediately apply a non-adherent sterile pad to the wound and, with a clean towel or cloth on top, apply pressure and get thee to the vet’s.
Povidone iodine is not necessarily recommended in wound packing/bandage soaking etc. Just as a flush.