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Reminds me of burrowing mites (i.e. mange). Sometimes skin scrapings give false negatives. What harm would it be to treat for mites anyway? If she gets better, then you have your answer. If not, then no harm done. I would think ivermectin would be the way to go since it kills a wide variety of mites. You could also try Revolution.