BROOMFIELD, Colo. (KDVR) – The Colorado Department of Agriculture (CDA) has confirmed conditions of Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHDV2) in home, wild and feral rabbits in 6 Colorado counties.
Weld, El Paso and Montezuma Counties non-public confirmed conditions of RHDV2 in home rabbits. Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has verified conditions of RHDV2 in wild and feral rabbits in Alamosa, El Paso, Prowers, and Pueblo counties.
To file suspected conditions:
- Home: Veterinarians and owners should always file suspected RHDV2 conditions in home rabbits to the Articulate Veterinarian’s Place of job at 303-869-9130. Disease investigations will be achieved by a International Animal Disease Diagnostician.
- Wildlife: To file suspect conditions (ill or tedious wild rabbits, hares, or pika), contact your native Colorado Parks and Wildlife living of business.
Vaccines are obtainable with non-public practising veterinarians who non-public been granted permission by the USDA to import and distribute the vaccine.