Can rabbits have infectious diseases

       1. Skin diseases: if rabbits suffer from dermatosis such as mites and fungi, in addition to scabies (rabbit scabies can be transmitted, rabbits should be cautious), other common skin diseases have no impact on healthy and normal adults. It is not ruled out that some skin sensitive people will have some discomfort. After all, there are a large number of animal hair allergy users.

       2. Rabbit plague: Rabbit plague is a rabbit more easily infected and more harmful disease, spread very fast. The condition of rabbits with different constitution is often different. For some rabbits with poor physique, sudden disease and sudden death will occur on the spot. Rabbits with slow onset will show the characteristics of disease. The main performance is mental malaise and dull hair.

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       Note for rabbit feeding:

       1. It is easy to cause diarrhea and enteritis to feed rabbits with a large amount of concentrate (high energy, high protein, low fiber). A certain amount of roughage plays an important role in regulating the function of digestive system. Generally, the content of crude fiber in the diet of young rabbits is about 12%.

       2. In order to promote the growth and development of young rabbits, it is suggested that the user should add appropriate amount of vitamins, trace elements, amino acids, enzyme preparations and antibiotics in the mixture.

       3. Users should also ensure the supply of adequate and clean drinking water, drinking water once a day in winter and twice a day in other seasons. When the temperature is high, the water should be kept constant and the drinking water should be changed. It is better to keep 2-3 hours of outdoor exercise time every day to promote digestion, appetite, calcium and phosphorus absorption, and improve the disease resistance of young rabbits.

       Source: Baidu Encyclopedia rabbit

       Source: renmin.com – Rabbit’s adaptability to human introduced virus is very fast, which is entirely due to rabbit

       Don’t pull his ears, or you won’t be able to stand up

       In addition to vegetable leaves, they also feed steamed bread, apples, etc

       Give him wood so that he will grind his teeth because his teeth are growing

       Give him water

       When shedding hair, you should give him hair thinning, don’t let him eat it

       Don’t close the cage. My rabbit is smart enough not to be caged

       Rabbits can live 10-15 years

       The leaves should be washed and dried. If there is no water, the rabbit can eat it

       Do not want to wash his ears, and do not want to wash his ears!!! Let him learn how to go to WC. Take him there almost once. If you take him there, he will know that. Besides, don’t feed him anything that will pull his belly. In short, don’t give him any antiseptic food.

       Dogs and cats are the natural enemies of rabbits. Please pay attention to visitors or intruders.

       The rabbit is also a group animal, will run to find children, is the reason it needs companions.

       It is normal for rabbits not to see gender when they are young.

       If there is room for it to run, it is the happiest.

       If you may need another rabbit to accompany you in the future, please ligate the male rabbit. The German veterinarian only helped me to ligate the male. The veterinarian said it was very difficult to ligate the female rabbit. Rabbits can be vaccinated against rabies. Grinding teeth, it’s necessary. Otherwise, just like my family’s Shintaro, he has to go to the hospital for anesthesia every more than a month, and the doctor will grind his teeth for him. Otherwise, he will not be able to eat. His mouth will be worn by his teeth and he can’t eat. The main reason is that someone can play with him, often touch him, and when he is too fat, he has to exercise to lose weight.

       Introduce some good websites about rabbits: Rabbit’s nest of oranges, rabbit’s nest of oranges.

       Take a bath: almost all the young rabbits sold by merchants are not weaned. They are prone to cold and have poor resistance. Rabbits are also very sensitive and nervous animals. They often become sick or even fatal because of excessive movements. You can use dry cleaning powder to clean them first. When you grow up, you can take a bath with water. Don’t wash too often.

       Eating vegetables: the ability of digesting cellulose in the digestive tract of young rabbits and the digestive bacteria in their intestines and stomachs are not yet complete. If you eat grass and high fiber food too early, you can’t decompose and use them, which often leads to death. It is recommended to buy comprehensive feed for rabbits (available in pet shops).

       Grinding teeth is very important: if you don’t give them, he will gnaw the furniture or the paint of the cage. Be careful that he will bite the wire, and many rabbits will die of electrocution.

       Dogs and cats are the natural enemies of rabbits. Please pay attention to visitors or intruders.

       The rabbit is also a group animal, will run to find the child, is it needs the companion

       The diseases transmitted between rabbits and humans are mainly respiratory diseases or skin diseases caused by bacteria and viruses. (e.g. scabies, dermatitis caused by Staphylococcus aureus, etc.)

       If your rabbit is healthy, there is no problem.

       However, it should be noted that gloves should be worn when cleaning rabbit excreta, and hands should be washed after finishing, and the rabbit cage and toilet should be disinfected regularly.

       For details, please refer to the following article:

       http://rabbit.abang.com/od/yongpin/a/tulongxiaodu.htm

       No, rabbit’s disease is not particularly fatal to people, I have seen many people have misunderstandings in this respect, think that rabbit bite is not rabies and other concerns, but in fact, rabbits are rabbits do not go out, so the rabbit is infected with rabies such as the probability is very low, so you don’t have to worry about it will infect you! If you don’t worry, you can call the pet hospital for consultation. I was bitten by rabbits and rabbits. The doctor told me. If you bite, clean the wound and put some iodine on it!

       Generally, the rabbits in the house will not have any problems, and will not infect diseases. Except you kiss it.

       What’s more, we should feed scientifically. What rabbits eat: Timothy grass (waiting for all day), alfalfa (sooner or later it will be enough, more will be over nutrition), rabbit food (sooner or later, it will be enough), boiled water (people need to drink, otherwise they will get sick drop! Cold, hot can’t do! £©(if I’m too wordy, please forgive me, especially the boiled water)

       Rabbit disease is a complex process of injury and anti injury caused by the interaction of various pathogenic factors in rabbit and its surrounding environment. The pathogenic microorganism invades the rabbit body, settles, grows and reproduces in a certain place, interacts with various defense functions of the body, thus causing a series of pathological reactions. If the pathogenic microorganism has considerable virulence and quantity, but the body’s resistance is relatively weak and can not resist the infection of pathogen, the rabbit will have certain clinical symptoms and pathological changes.

       The occurrence and spread of infectious diseases are determined by three basic links: source of infection, route of transmission and susceptible rabbits. Without any link, infectious diseases can not spread and spread. Only when they exist at the same time and are connected with each other, can the spread of infectious diseases be caused. Therefore, understanding and mastering the basic conditions and influencing factors of the epidemic process of infectious diseases is helpful for us to formulate correct epidemic prevention measures and control the occurrence and spread of diseases.

       (1) Source of infection

       It refers to the animal body in which the pathogen of an infectious disease lives, grows and reproduces, and can be discharged from the body. Specifically, the source of infection is infected rabbits, including infected rabbits and infected rabbits, dead rabbits, wild birds, rats and other animals. A large number of pathogens can be excreted by rabbits in the process of outbreak of acute disease or in the acute attack period, so the most harmful effect of infectious source is at this time.

       (2) Channels of transmission

       After the pathogen is discharged from the source of infection, it invades other susceptible animals in a certain way. The purpose of understanding the transmission route of infectious diseases is to cut off the continuous transmission of pathogens and prevent susceptible animals from being infected. From the way of transmission, it can be divided into direct contact and indirect contact.

       Direct contact transmission is the transmission of pathogens through direct contact with susceptible animals through infected sick (dead) rabbits (infection source) without the participation of any external factors.

       With the participation of external environmental factors, indirect contact transmission is a way of infection of susceptible animals through transmission media. It is mainly transmitted through the following ways: ¢Ù through air (droplets or dust). All respiratory infectious diseases are mainly transmitted by droplets, such as rhinitis in rabbits, Bordetella bronchiseptica, etc. ¢Ú Spread of contaminated feed and drinking water. The infectious diseases that mainly invade the digestive tract, such as Escherichia coli and Salmonella, are mainly contaminated feed and drinking water. The secretions, effluents of infectious sources, corpses of diseased rabbits and their effluents pollute feed, feed trough, pool, well and bucket, or feed and drinking water are polluted by some contaminated management tools, vehicles, boats, rabbit houses, etc., and transmitted to susceptible animals. ¢Û Spread by contaminated soil. The soil borne pathogenic microorganism can survive in the soil for a long time with the excreta, secretion or corpse of the sick rabbit. Susceptible rabbits are susceptible to infection by contact with contaminated soil. ¢Ü Through living media. It is transmitted by non domestic animals (such as Tabanus, flies, mosquitoes, mice and weasels in arthropods), and humans may also be used as vectors.

       To sum up, the route of transmission is very complex, but as far as we know, there are mainly two forms of pathogen when changing its host, namely horizontal transmission and vertical transmission. Most of the transmission routes are between animals of the same generation, which can be horizontally transmitted through digestive tract, respiratory tract or skin and mucous membrane trauma. Some infectious diseases spread to the next generation through ovaries and internal infection, which is called vertical transmission.

       (3) Susceptible rabbits

       Susceptibility, that is, the sensitivity of rabbits to certain pathogens, in general, that is, the resistance of rabbits to pathogens. It is the third link of the occurrence and spread of rabbit disease, which directly affects the epidemic of infectious diseases and the severity of epidemic diseases. Although the level of rabbit susceptibility is related to the species and virulence of pathogens, it is mainly determined by the genetic characteristics (internal factors), feeding management level (external factors) and specific immune status of rabbits. If we choose good strains and varieties, strengthen feeding management, pay attention to feed quality, rabbit house sanitation, fecal treatment, ventilation, isolation, quarantine, timely preventive drug administration and vaccination, we can improve the resistance and specific immunity of rabbits to epidemic diseases, and reduce the susceptibility.

       Compared with cats and dogs, rabbits have less infectious diseases. There are no parasites.

       However, it is recommended to keep them in cages instead of free range, and to clean and disinfect cages regularly. Some common precautions can be taken:

       1. At the top of the list are mites and fungi.

       If you come into contact with it, it may be contagious. If infected, the first time to smear povidone iodine disinfectant oh.

       2. Second in the list is fecal bacteria

       Note that it is best not to touch rabbit feces and urine directly by hand, and wear gloves as much as possible. There are bacteria. Rabbits must feed mainly on grass, feed on rabbit food, and drink unlimited water at the same time. The scientific and healthy feeding way for young rabbits is to feed a handful of rabbit food and a handful of Alfalfa in the morning and evening, and feed timothy grass more at other times, and drink unlimited cold and white water. Do not feed too much water, vegetables and fruits, easy to loose.

       3. Allergy

       If someone in the family is allergic to animal hair, this also needs to be prevented. At least the cage can’t be in a room.

       4. Inflammation

       For example, stomatitis and foot dermatitis, pay attention to the use of ball bottles for rabbits to drink water, foot pads in the bottom of the cage wire can effectively prevent oh. There are conjunctivitis and other eye diseases, swelling blisters are generally antibiotic treatment, more specific to see the symptoms.

       5. Pay attention to prevent the rabbit from scratching and biting

       Rabbits and rabbits will have estrus every year, some will be more serious. In addition, when there is oestrus symptoms, the owner should be careful to avoid it, wash the wound with soap water for the first time, and break the cold needle if possible within 24 hours (if it is not a domestic rabbit)

       Compared with cats and dogs, rabbits have less infectious diseases. However, there are still some. It is recommended to keep them in cages rather than free range. It is relatively isolated. The common ones are as follows:

       1. Coccidiosis.

       The young rabbits of 3 months are easy to suffer from the disease. The rabbits attack quickly and can not be saved without medication within 24 hours. Adult rabbits (6 months) don’t have them.

       2. Toxoplasmosis.

       If you often go out and come into contact with cats and dogs, you will be infected. But it doesn’t infect people, except pregnant women.

       3. 5% of mites and fungi

       If you come into contact with it, it may be contagious. Therefore, cages should be regularly cleaned and disinfected to keep them dry. Especially hot days, if infected, the first time to smear povidone iodine disinfectant oh.

       4. Pay attention to prevent the rabbit from scratching and biting

       Rabbits and rabbits will have estrus every year, some will be more serious. In addition, when there is oestrus symptoms, the owner should be careful to avoid it, wash the wound with soap water for the first time, and break the cold needle if possible within 24 hours (if it is not a domestic rabbit)

       5. Fecal bacteria

       Note that it is best not to touch rabbit feces and urine directly by hand, and wear gloves as much as possible. There are bacteria. Rabbits must take forage as staple food, rabbit food as supplementary food, and drink unlimited water at the same time. The scientific and healthy feeding way for young rabbits is to feed a handful of rabbit food and a handful of Alfalfa in the morning and evening, and feed timothy grass more at other times, and drink unlimited cold and white water. Rabbit food and grass are available online.

       Do not feed too much water, vegetables and fruits, easy to loose oh.

       6. Allergy

       If someone in the family is allergic to animal hair, it should be prevented. At least the cage can’t be in that room.

       If you have any questions, you can continue to ask questions by Baidu search [rabbit bar back garden] (Forum).

       Hope to help you! Hope to adopt.

       Hello, rabbits generally don’t have infectious diseases. If you take it out and be infected by other animals, then there will be infectious diseases! And rabbits are generally coccidiosis, but this is not contagious. If you get coccidiosis treatment on the line, is generally only skin disease may be infectious, that also as long as treatment is enough.

       Rabbit common pathogenic bacteria and human pathogens are not the same, as long as we usually pay attention to environmental sanitation, frequent cleaning, attention to disinfection, the basic OK, do not need to worry too much

       If you have other questions, you can go to Baidu search [rabbit bar back garden Forum] to ask questions

       Hope can help, you hope to adopt, thank you

       Rabbit fever can infect guinea pigs, mice, rabbits, monkeys and squirrels. Sometimes it occurs in domestic animals and wild animals. It often causes rodents and rabbits with a sharp decrease. It turns out that people can also be infected.

       The mode of transmission can be divided into 1. Transmission by blood sucking arthropod. 2. Direct contact with infected animals. It’s also the most common way people get infected. 3. Oral infection. Transmission among animals can be caused by ingestion of dead rabbits carrying bacteria. 4. Inhalation infection, which rarely occurs.

       Animals usually die of infection, so clinical symptoms are rarely seen. In rabbits and cotton tailed rabbits, loss of appetite, mental retardation and gait instability can be seen before death. Infected rodents and rabbits are easy to catch, so it is easy to cause human infection.

       The best way to prevent rabbit infection is to keep the livestock house clean and reduce the invasion of pathogens.

       2¡¢ Listeriosis

       A type of septicemia that occurs in rabbits. Rabbits die suddenly or miscarry. The pathogen was Listeria monocytogenes, Gram-positive bacteria and normal flora on the skin. It can infect a variety of animals, including humans. The route of infection is spread through contact with contaminated food and drinking water. Urgency can lead to illness or serious illness.

       Rabbits can be seen not eating, depression and weight loss, and finally death. The pregnant female rabbit miscarried. There are also neurological symptoms, ataxia and torticollis. Human infection can cause encephalitis, meningitis, septicemia and abortion in pregnant women.

       3¡¢ Pasteurellosis

       It is caused by Pasteurella multocida. It is a gram-negative bacterium, Brevibacterium bipolar. Pasteurella is distributed all over the world. It is a normal flora in the upper respiratory tract and digestive tract of many animals. It is very sensitive to rabbits and is the most common and troublesome disease. It can cause many types of diseases, including rhinorrhea, local pneumonia, otitis media, conjunctivitis, pyogenesis, abscess and systemic sepsis.

       Clinical symptoms include nasal secretions, nasal congestion, torticollis, eye tears, subcutaneous abscesses and ulcers, * abscess enlargement, subcutaneous swelling, * secretions, infertility, weight loss, and sudden or gradual death. The symptoms of pneumonia were less common in adult rabbits. Infection in young rabbits often results in acute epidemic pneumonia. Neonatal rabbits are infected and often die of sepsis, while abscesses and suppurations often occur in adult rabbits.

       The main symptom of human is bitten by rabbit, local infection and acute inflammation about an hour later.

       Hello, 1. Rabbit fever, also known as tulonellosis, is gram-negative pleomorphic bacteria. Rabbit fever can infect guinea pigs, mice, rabbits, monkeys and squirrels. Sometimes it occurs in domestic animals and wild animals. It often produces rodents and rabbits, and the number of them decreases sharply. It turns out that people can also be infected.

       The mode of transmission can be divided into 1. Transmission by blood sucking arthropod. 2. Direct contact with infected animals. It’s also the most common way people get infected. 3. Oral infection. Transmission among animals can be caused by ingestion of dead rabbits carrying bacteria. 4. Inhalation infection, which rarely occurs.

       2. Listeria is a kind of septicemia in rabbits, in which rabbits die suddenly or miscarry. The route of infection is spread through contact with contaminated food and drinking water. Urgency can lead to illness or serious illness.

       3. Pasteurellosis is caused by Pasteurella septicum. It is a gram-negative bacterium, Brevibacterium bipolar. Clinical symptoms include nasal secretions, nasal cavity, torticollis, eye tears, subcutaneous abscess and ulcer, * abscess enlargement, subcutaneous enlargement, * secretions, infertility, weight loss, and sudden or gradual death. The symptoms of pneumonia were less common in adult rabbits. Infection in young rabbits often results in acute epidemic pneumonia. Neonatal rabbits are infected and often die of sepsis, while abscesses and suppurations are more common in adult rabbits. The main symptom of human is bitten by rabbit, local infection and acute inflammation about an hour later.

       4. Among the mycotic diseases of rabbits infected by mold, dermatoderma can be transmitted to human beings. Rabbit infection has no pathological changes, and human can be infected by experimental animals or rabbits. Mainly through contact with rabbits or contaminated dragon racks and rabbit houses.

       Common infectious diseases in rabbits

       1¡¢ Tularemia

       It is also known as Francisella tularensis, which is gram-negative pleomorphic bacteria. Rabbit fever can infect guinea pigs, mice, rabbits, monkeys and squirrels. Sometimes it occurs in domestic animals and wild animals. It often produces rodents and rabbits, and the number of them decreases sharply. It turns out that people can also be infected.

       The mode of infection can be divided into 1. Sowing by blood sucking arthropod. 2. Direct contact with infected animals. It’s also the most common way people get infected. 3. Oral infection. Transmission among animals can be caused by ingestion of dead rabbits carrying bacteria. 4. Inhalation infection, which rarely occurs.

       Animals usually die of infection, so clinical symptoms are rarely seen. In rabbits and cotton tailed rabbits, loss of appetite, mental retardation and gait instability can be seen before death. Infected rodents and rabbits are easy to catch, so it is easy to cause human infection.

       The best way to prevent rabbit infection is to keep the livestock house clean and reduce the invasion of pathogens.

       2¡¢ Listeriosis

       A type of septicemia that occurs in rabbits. Rabbits die suddenly or miscarry. The pathogen was Listeria monocytogenes, Gram-positive bacteria and normal flora on the skin. It can infect a variety of animals, including humans. The route of infection is spread through contact with contaminated food and drinking water. Urgency can lead to illness or serious illness.

       Rabbits can be seen not eating, depression and weight loss, and finally death. The pregnant female rabbit miscarried. There are also neurological symptoms, ataxia and torticollis. Human infection can cause encephalitis, meningitis, septicemia and abortion in pregnant women.

       3¡¢ Pasteurellosis

       It is caused by Pasteurella multocida. It is a gram-negative bacterium, Brevibacterium bipolar. Pasteurella is distributed all over the world. It is a normal flora in the upper respiratory tract and digestive tract of many animals. It is very sensitive to rabbits and is the most common and troublesome disease. It can cause many types of diseases, including rhinorrhea, local pneumonia, otitis media, conjunctivitis, pyogenesis, abscess and systemic sepsis.

       Clinical symptoms include nasal secretions, nasal congestion, torticollis, eye tears, subcutaneous abscesses and ulcers, * abscess enlargement, subcutaneous swelling, * secretions, infertility, weight loss, and sudden or gradual death. The symptoms of pneumonia were less common in adult rabbits. Infection in young rabbits often results in acute epidemic pneumonia. Neonatal rabbits are infected and often die of sepsis, while abscesses and suppurations are more common in adult rabbits.

       The main symptom of human is bitten by rabbit, local infection and acute inflammation after about one minute.

       4¡¢ Fungal infection

       Among the mycotic diseases in rabbits, dermatomycosis (ringworm) can be transmitted to humans. Rabbit infection has no pathological changes, and human can be infected by experimental animals or rabbits. Mainly through contact with rabbits or contaminated dragon racks and rabbit houses.

       reference material: http://www.ndmctsgh.edu.tw/animal/%A9P%BA%F4/%A8%DF%B1 `%A8%A3%A4H%AFb%[email protected]%B3q%B6%C7%ACV% AFf.doc

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