The Tennessee State Veterinarian recently confirmed that the Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus Type 2 was detected in two domesticated rabbits in one East Tennessee location.
Dr. Shirley explains that many times, rabbits will not show signs of being infected with this deadly disease:
One of the greatest concerns to veterinarians is the east at which this virus can spread:
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Dr. Shirley says there is something that rabbit owners can do to protect their beloved pets:
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FULL INTERVIEW WITH DR. AMY SHIRLEY BY MICHAEL SHIRLEY...