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I just got home from a friends house who has a new puppy. I know for a FACT that this puppy has kennel cough and is NOT being treated as of yet for it. I know it is highly contagious and humans can pass it around (without suffering from it directly), but can my bunny get kennel cough because I brought home the germs from my friends puppy?
As soon as I got home I cleaned my hands, arms and changed my clothes completely. I have NOT touched or pet my rabbit tonight, not until I take a shower in a little bit. Could I still have exposed her to this? Am I being too much of an over protective bunny mom?
Thank you for the advice. She is doing well and hasn't been showing symptoms of kennel cough, so I'm sure she is okay from it.
HAHA, yes, her name is Zee. It makes me happy that you remember her. I've attached a picture of her today. Thank you!
I don't remember how to attach pictures. I've tried doing it 3 times now. I hope this time it works.