Can Corid cure Coccidiosis in rabbits?

Corid (amprolium) is an anticoccidial medication commonly used to treat coccidiosis in various species, including rabbits. Coccidiosis is a parasitic infection caused by coccidia, which can affect the digestive tract of rabbits.

Corid works by inhibiting the growth and reproduction of coccidia, helping to eliminate the infection. It is available in liquid or powder form and can be administered orally or added to the rabbit's drinking water.

However, it is important to note that while Corid can be effective in treating coccidiosis, it is always best to consult with a veterinarian before administering any medication to your rabbits. A veterinarian can properly diagnose the condition and prescribe the appropriate treatment plan, including the dosage and duration of medication.

Additionally, it is important to ensure proper hygiene, cleanliness, and management practices to prevent the spread of coccidiosis in rabbitries. Regular cleaning of cages, removal of soiled bedding, and providing a clean and dry environment can help minimize the risk of coccidial infections.

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