There are two types of coccidiosis to affect rabbits. During outbreaksDanaus29 said:Don't know about coccidia. According to what little research I just did, coccidia cannot be medically treated, just left to run it's course. .
I don't think you're hijacking at all. Parasites are parasites.dlwelch said:There are two types of coccidiosis to affect rabbits. During outbreaks
I have found it effective to treat to prevent future losses. I'm not
sure I could financially survive if I let it run its course and I lost
400 or 500 rabbits as a result. Because I sell for human consumption
and must report all medical treatment of fryers, all treatments are
prescribed by my DVM.
We strive for prevention but warm wet weather combined with
stress will often precipitate an outbreak.
Sorry for hijacking the "worm" thread.
one type of cocci can be seen as white spots or lumps in the liver. The intestinal type probably would need a lab test to find it.SILEIGH said:hi new here
when i butcher my rabbits i look at the organs because i think i would be able to see cocci..or something.. can you see it or am i fooling my self?