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Emerging UK Zoonoses in Cats and Dogs

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Emerging UK Zoonoses in Cats and Dogs

Cats and dogs increasingly share environments with people and are considered as “family members”. This relationship brings both mental and physical benefits to pet owners. Cats and dogs, however, can also be a source of zoonotic parasites, many of which are increasing in prevalence and distribution. To maintain the hugely beneficial human-animal bond, zoonotic risk needs to be minimised while being kept in perspective for the pet owner. This article takes examples of UK zoonoses associated with cats and dogs, their current UK status, exposure risk and methods of control.

Vol 8 - Issue 3
Written by Ian Wright BVMS BSc MSc MRCVS
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Emerging UK Zoonoses in Cats and Dogs

Emerging UK Zoonoses in Cats and Dogs

Cats and dogs increasingly share environments with people and are considered as “family members”. This relationship brings both mental and physical benefits to pet owners. Cats and dogs, however, can also be a source of zoonotic parasites, many of which are increasing in prevalence and distribution. To maintain the hugely beneficial human-animal bond, zoonotic risk needs to be minimised while being kept in perspective for the pet owner. This article takes examples of UK zoonoses associated with cats and dogs, their current UK status, exposure risk and methods of control.

 

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All our Tutored Online CPD Courses are written and taught by an expert in the relevant field. The tutor for this course is:

Ian Wright BVMS BSc MSc MRCVS

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