The owner returned the diseased rabbit to Abigail, the pet shop owner. Abigail thought the rabbit had a rare disease and phoned the vet Dr Sing Kong Yuen. It was a case of chronic scabies - with the crusts formed in thick layers over months. The owner had two crusty rabbits, but the first one died despite treatment by another vet. So, she decided to return the 2nd pointed-nose rabbit to Abigail who sold her the 2 rabbits. The video shows the successful outcome of 2 injections of ivomectin 2 weeks apart. As Singapore's rabbits are usually well maintained, chronic scabies is very rare and some vets may not be able to diagnose it based on one skin scraping. See the chronic scabies in the guinea pig case in another video.
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