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Home Forums DIET & CARE My rabbit has a bald spot

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    Bunny_lover
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    There are no injuries or anything it just looks like a bald spot he is molting so I think t might just be that


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    Bam
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    Buns can molt in patches. It’s not a sign of anything being wrong, as long as the skin is fine and smooth.

    You should be able to feel new hair starting to sprout in a week-10 days.


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