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Those strange bald patches are back. again its negitive on the skin scrape, and now has three vets confused as to what it is. DR Bunny on facebook is even confused and doesnt knwo what it is. anyone else experience this?
sorry abou the bad picture I will try to take a better one.
My bunny Lulu had the same thing earlier last year. It started out as a small bald spot like this:
But then got bigger and had two spots right next to each other and looked like your picture above. Here is a video I took of it.
We took her into the vet and they did a scraping but nothing showed up but my vet said that a lot of times they scrapings do not show mites in rabbits! She prescribed Revolution and we had to put it on every week or so (can't quite remember) and I cleared it right up. My vet also said that sometimes when rabbits are born they will get mites from their mothers and it wont show up until a year or so later and my bunny was about a year when she had it. I am not saying your rabbit has mites, but I am a little curious as to why you vet did the scraping and because it came back negative doesn't think he has mites.