In daily life, if the rabbit owner finds that the Angora rabbit has soft stools, they should pay attention. It may be because the Angora rabbit is going to have diarrhea, and there are many reasons for the diarrhea. If the rabbit owner is not aware of the reason for the diarrhea, then let's take a look at the reason for the diarrhea, and then solve the diarrhea problem for the Angora rabbit.
1. Weather changes causing cold and diarrhea
The weather changes greatly, so if the rabbit owner is not paying attention, it will cause the Angora rabbit to catch a cold. After the Angora rabbit catches a cold, it will experience diarrhea. Therefore, the rabbit owner should pay attention to keeping the Angora rabbit warm. The rabbit's nest where the Angora rabbit sleeps should be covered with clothes or cushions to keep the rabbit's nest warm, so that the Angora rabbit will not be so cold when sleeping.
2. Food and digestive issues: diarrhea
When raising Angora rabbits, the rabbit owners do not pay attention to their diet. They often feed Angora rabbits unsuitable food during normal feeding, which is not good for their intestines and stomach. Therefore, Angora rabbits may experience diarrhea. Angora rabbits usually have difficulty digesting their intestines and stomach if they eat too much, which can lead to diarrhea.
For Angora rabbits with diarrhea, it is important to first avoid feeding them with food. However, appropriately feed Angora rabbits with drinking water, and at the same time, feed Angora rabbits with Yide Yitu, mixed in drinking water.
3. The problem of coccidia is rare
I believe that rabbit owners are not unfamiliar with coccidia, as they are parasites that usually parasitize in environments with poor hygiene or humidity. If Angora rabbits are often exposed to poor hygiene, they are more likely to have coccidia. When Angora rabbits have coccidia, they may develop diarrhea. Therefore, rabbit owners should pay attention to promptly solving the problem of coccidia in Angora rabbits and do a good job in deworming Angora rabbits, And pay attention to keeping indoor hygiene clean and dry, so that Angora rabbits are less prone to coccidia.
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