Weird Spot Things

by Alisha
(Indiana, USA)

About a year ago I took my rabbits (gold English Spot, Black English Spot) to our county fair. Shortly afterwards they developed these tiny almost waxy little things on their cheeks. I treated with Ivomectin (sorry for my spelling) several times with a little improvement then the spots coming back. I didn't know what to do so we took them to a vet. He thought they were some kind of infection and the medication he gave us didn't help one bit.

So we called our rabbit leaders and they told us some other people had trouble with these spots. They said it was a fungus. So the other people treated with Pen G and the spots were gone but they said I had to bleach everything which I did. However they showed a little improvement then the spots came back.

I can't find anything on the web about the spots they have had them for about a year and they don't itch them and the spots don't bother them. However I can't breed due to the fear the kits would die from it. Anybody know what this is or how to get rid of it anything helps.

***Moderator Comment***
Alisha, we're non-plussed. Please send pictures! Crystal clear, not blurry pictures.

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