Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV2) Vaccine Interest In Louisiana
This form is being put together for the sole purpose of getting an estimate on how many people are interested in vaccines for their rabbits here in Louisiana.

Magic Happens and BunnAgain are teaming up to see where there is interest in obtaining the vaccine to present to local veterinarians to give them an accurate estimate as to how many people are wanting the vaccine here in the state of Louisiana.

IF this vaccine becomes available in Louisiana IT WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE THROUGH A VETERINARIAN.

You will not be able to purchase it to vaccinate rabbits yourself. This form is to gauge interest for Veterinarians in the State to encourage them to look into purchasing it. Please only fill out this form if you are willing to pay for having the rabbit/s vaccinated through a Veterinarian.

*** WE DO NOT CURRENTLY HAVE ACCESS TO OBTAIN THE VACCINE ***

** THIS IS JUST TO GIVE THE VETERINARIANS AN IDEA OF HOW MUCH INTEREST THERE IS **

** IF/WHEN A VACCINE DOES BECOME AVAILABLE THE INTENT IS TO EMAIL/TEXT THOSE WHO HAVE FILLED OUT THIS FORM WHAT CLINICS IT IS AVAILABLE AT. INFORMATION WILL NOT BE USED FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE **

Filling out this form does not mean you are required or expected to get the vaccine, nor is this a direct sign-up sheet.

** PLEASE DO NOT FILL OUT MORE THAN ONCE. DUPLICATE SUBMISSIONS WILL BE DELETED. **

For more information on this fatal disease including a list of symptoms visit: https://rabbit.org/rhdv/

"Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV) is a highly contagious disease caused by a calicivirus that affects rabbits. This includes wild and domesticated European rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus), from which our own domesticated rabbits are descended. Until 2020, it had not been known to affect any North American native rabbits or hares, such as cottontails, snowshoe hares and jackrabbits, however, now it has been confirmed in the 2020 Southwest outbreak in causing death in these wildlife species as well."

"RHDV is often a very swift and sudden killer, giving little warning. Rabbits may die without showing any symptoms at all. Any sudden rabbit death is suspicious and should be reported to your veterinarian as a possible case of RHDV."

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