Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV)
Hoosier rabbit owners are encouraged to practice good biosecurity to keep rabbits healthy.
Indiana Grants Access to New Vaccine for Rabbits (October 2021)
- Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus (RHDV) Animal Health Advisory (June 2020)
What Hoosier Rabbit Owners Need to Know about RHDV Webinar (June 11, 2020)
Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus Factsheet (October 2019)
Emerging Risk Notice (October 2019)
National Assembly of State Animal Health Officials (NASAHO)
United States Environmental Protection Agency
Rabbit Risk Assessment Tool
Home Premises Risk Assessment (University of California Veterinary Medicine Extension)
Exhibition Premises Risk Assessment (University of California Veterinary Medicine Extension)
- Disease Prevention and Biosecurity in Rabbits (March 2021 video)
- Keep Rabbits Healthy This Show Season (April 2021)
- Rabbit Biosecurity Animal Health Advisory (June 2020)
Report Sick or Dead Rabbits
Indiana State Board of Animal Health
Indiana State Department of Natural Resources
Indiana Premises Registration
Since 2006, Indiana has required premises registration for all property sites associated with the sale, purchase or exhibition of the major food animal species. A premises identification number (or premID) is issued upon registration. Premises registration for rabbits is voluntary.
Premises registration provides BOAH with essential contact information (name, phone number, address) for livestock owners. That data is protected under state law, and can be accessed by BOAH during an animal health emergency to speed notification. Faster notification is essential to the rapid containment and control of disease.