Last night when putting the buns to bed I found Daisy's back covered in fly eggs, now I'd checked all the rabbits in the morning and all were clean but I had to go out for most of the day for work so couldn't check them throughout the day. Went out to put them all to bed and check them all over again at around 9, Charlie and Rosie were clean not a sign of anything on them but Daisy was covered with fly eggs all over her back, luckily none were on her private bits. I found my vets emergancy number straight away to see if it was a good idea to take her in as emergancy since I was thinking the worse and panicking. The lady I spoke to said as long as I see nothing moving she'll be ok and to take her to the normal vet in the morning. Nothing was moving on her it was still eggs so I used an old nit comb to go through every inch of her removing as much as I could and kept her indoors with me last night so I could keep a close on her in case anything hatched in the night. Luckily nothing did and I went over her again this morning with the nit comb to be safe. Phoned the vets as well to try and book her in as early as possible but was told they have a lot of big ops today and they'd blocked of the only morning appointments left for this reason so the only time I could get was 5.50. So now I have to wait all day worrying in case I missed an egg and it hatches. I feel so bad I've never had this problem before and I always thought it was neglected and dirty rabbits that had this happen. I clean all the hutches out every day with the heat we've had and check the buns twice a day for any stuck poo and dirt. I use a fly guard spray from [email protected] but that obviously doesn't work. All I can think of that could have caused this is that she's rolled in something and I've not noticed or my boyfriends dog has pee'd on her which I think is unlikely. I mean the eggs were only on her back there wasn't any underneath her. I'm just so scared now that I've not looked after her properly to make this happen.