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Infection of the Testicles ( orchitis ) / the connecting spermatic cords ( epididymitis ) in Rabbits

Orchitis/Epididymitis :
This is a disease of male rabbits often caused by Pasteurelia. When the Pasteurelia bacteria is in the buck's testicles, it causes infection and swelling within the testicles (orchitis) or the connecting spermatic cords (epididymitis). Bucks will often have a fever as a result, eat less, and lose weight.

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