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Adenovirus infection

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Adenovirus infection

Because adenoviruses are rarely reported in rabbits, they're not thought to be a major cause of gastrointestinal disease in rabbit. But, if the clinical signs fit, adenovirus infection may be on your vet’s differential diagnosis list.

Adenoviruses affect many mammals, but have been very rarely reported in rabbits.

What signs may infected rabbits show?

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How common is it?

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What rabbits may be affected?

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Can it spread between in-contact rabbits?

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Can it be treated?

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How can it be prevented?

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