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Thank uuuuuu! I hadn’t heard of it either and I guess the vet had mentioned it before, but I thought she was talking about the bumps at the tips of his ears. She said it was probably from inflammation while he had the yeast infection. I just wish I’d seen it sooner, but she said it doesn’t bother him and there’s no reason to try and treat it. I’m trying to research natural treatments for calcium buildups in people and I’m going to start with just massaging it every so often. I’ll let you guys know how things turn out next week. He is still looking good tho and seems a lot less irritated.

Does anyone know of any other methods to help calcium buildups that I could use on a bunny?