If your angora bunny already has wool mites, you can treat with Revolution (also known as Stronghold), 1% Ivomec, or 1% Agrimectin Ivermectin (typically a little cheaper than Ivomec) using the chart above. Repeat after two weeks. After the second treatment, treat once a month just like you would for your cat or dog. If you decide to use ivermectin injection rather than Revolution, we recommend using it as a spot-on treatment just like you do Revolution. Please keep in mind that using the injection types on rabbits is considered off-label use.
If your angora rabbit doesn't show signs of fur mites, we recommend treating once a month for preventative measures.
Bonus: These medications treat more than wool mites. They are also effective in treating ear mites & some intestinal worms.
Revolution is usually the most expensive treatment method. It is also reported to be the safest. We prefer to use Revolution/Stronghold for our bunnies. However, we have also used Ivomec, ivermection, & Cydectin successfully.
You can get Revolution with a veterinary prescription or you can order it online as Stronghold.
We know some folks have reported success using Diatomaceous Earth or DE. Unfortunately, while we find DE useful as a dewormer, we have never found DE to be helpful for mites. If you decide to try DE first, keep in mind that it will be in your rabbits wool. If you have a blower, you can probably blow most of it out. You will need to wear a dust mask. You do not want to breath in DE. If you don't have a blower, you can try to comb it out.
We recommend reading our Angora Rabbit Care post for in-depth details on how to properly care for your fluffy bunny.