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Forum HOUSE RABBIT Q & A Bump

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    • Abby H
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         Looking to get some more opinions. I found this weird flakey bump on Michael’s back months ago and had a vet look at it. She said it probably had something to do with the mites he had at the time, but it’s been months since the mites have been gone and I noticed the bump is still there. We had another vet look at it and she isn’t too concerned but said we can remove it and if I want to. I’m trying to decide what to do because I’m really scared of putting him under anesthesia if it’s not necessary. The lump doesn’t seem to have grown since I first found it and doesn’t seem to bother him at all. Michael is a two year old Holland lop. He’s mostly healthy, he has just been dealing with rabbit syphilis for a while. He has been under anesthesia once before when he got neutered.


      • LBJ10
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          It’s hard to see it in the photo. Could be a papilloma.


        • auntie
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            My bunny had a bump by his tail. The vet said it’s nothing to worry about. He drained it and it has not come back since. He said it was a cyst

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