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Discussion in 'Diseases & Injuries - Rabbits' started by harleychicks, Jun 16, 2017.

  1. Jun 16, 2017
    harleychicks

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    I have had 2 separate rabbits in the same cage at separate times develop head tilt. I moved one rabbit out of the cage,had been treating with ear mite killer, soaked it in bleach let dry and soaked it for a second time. I then left it empty for a week and them repeated the bleach treatment. I then placed a new rabbit in the area.Now about a week or 2 has passed and I am noticing a slight tilt to the same side of the head. I've been treating all 3 of them with mite treatment as a precaution. Can this still be mites?
     
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