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Vol. 10, Special Issue 12 (2021)
Incidence of sarcoptic mange and clinical management in rabbits in an organized farm at Andhra Pradesh
Sai Navya V, Sravanthi A and Thangamani A
The present study was conducted to evaluate the cause of dermatitis in farm raised rabbits (n=23) in an organized farm at Andhra Pradesh and revealed mange was the cause of dermatitis in 78.26 per cent of rabbits. Among the mange infected rabbits adult rabbits (66.67%) were heavily infested as compared to the grower (27.78%) whereas, suckling had very low incidence (5.55%) of infestation of mange. Sex wise incidence of mange revealed males (55.56%) were affected more than the counter sex (44.44%). All the infested rabbits were responded to the following three weeks of Ivermectin (400 µg/kg b.wt) therapy.
How to cite this article:
Sai Navya V, Sravanthi A and Thangamani A. Incidence of sarcoptic mange and clinical management in rabbits in an organized farm at Andhra Pradesh. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(12S): 211-214.