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My poor baby bunnie shes had so many problems with her, Lets hope this is the last one!! Merry loves me grooming her, especcially rubbing her nose with mine and massaging behind the ears and cheeks But today when she was having cuddles i noticed that behind her ears and a bit on her back she has small patches of dry skin, is this someting i need to worry about? something i should see a vet about? her cage is clean and she has a healthy diet and i brush her everyday at least 2 times a day, shes an extremely fluffy lionhead and when i first brought her to the vets, she said i should brush her at least 2 times a day so she doesnt ingest to much hair, so any ideas on what may cause it?