Ear problems are common in angoras and Otitis is very common in Lops. If it is left untreated internally it may cause head tilt and can lead on to cause a respiratory infection. This inner ear infection can be diagnosed with an x-ray or CT scan. Externa Otitis can be treated with topical anit-microbials. Not to be confused with Psoroptes Cuniculi or rabbit ear mites which cause thick crusty scabs in the auditory canal.