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  • Coccidia - Provides information on these single celled organisms that can infect the intestines of dogs and cats. Includes sources of infection, development in the host, detection and treatment.
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  • Cryptosporidium - Cryptosporidiosis is caused by a protozoan parasite that affects the intestines of mammals and causes an acute diarrhea. This article explains how the infection occurs in animals, its prevalence, detection and treatment.
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  • Louping Ill - Information on this infection of the central nervous system transmitted by ticks, its epidemiology, the symptoms in animals, in humans (mostly abattoir workers) and the means of transmission.
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  • Q Fever - This infection is now known to be caused by the organism Coxiella burnetii and can affect farm animals, domestic mammals and birds. Information on its transmission to humans and the risks it poses.
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  • Rabies - Information on the course of this disease, its transmission, the law regarding animal bites, human exposure and animal quarantine.
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  • Rabies - Information on this disease, how it is spread, animal symptoms, what to do with rabid animals and how to prevent and control the spread of the disease.
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  • Toxoplasmosis - Provides information on this disease, the species affected, its course in animals, how people get the disease, its treatment and prevention.
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  • Vesicular Stomatitis - VS is an infectious viral disease of a number of species. Provides information on the disease, its cause, the species affected, signs, spread, persistence and control.
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