Clostridium difficile disease in domestic rabbits is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Clostridium spiroforme. This bacteria is present in the intestines of rabbits and may be activated under appropriate conditions such as improper nutrition, stress, weak immune system, etc.
Clostridium difficile symptoms in domestic rabbits include diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, hardening of the gut and reduced eating activity. If not treated, significant weight loss, muscle weakness and even death are caused by intestinal infection.
To prevent Clostriding disease in domestic rabbits, it is better to observe proper and timely feeding, proper cleaning of the cage and its accessories, provision of clean food and water, and no contact with sick rabbits.
Clostridium spiroform is a bacterium found in the digestive tract of animals and humans. This bacterium is known as a gram-positive bacterium and is usually present in the large and small intestine.
This bacterium usually lives in the digestive tract without any specific symptoms, but in some cases it may cause uncomfortable symptoms. Symptoms of this bacteria include fever, diarrhea, cold sores, and flatulence