I know this is a common thread My almost 7 yr old giant flemish's head tilt started much the same as everyone's stories on here. I got him to an emergency vet the day he showed symptoms. She ran lots of blood work and began treatment right away with antibiotics for ear infection, e-coniculi and a case of mites (which none of my other rabbits have and they don't go outside). Fortunately, the e-coniculi test came back negative so he has another 2 weeks of antibiotics on top of the first week. He's still flopping and his head is really tilted. I've seen him eat kale and some hay, but not pellets. I've also seen him drinking. This morning he's really floppy and rolling across the floor. After about 20 minutes of a variety of resting and rolling, he is sitting up but his head is way to the side. Questions I have are, is he in pain with this condition? I hate to see him suffer for another 2 weeks or more if he's in horrible pain. Realistically, what can I expect long term after treatment? And, is there any thing I can do to make him more comfortable?