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Posts Tagged ‘canine’

Canine Hepatitis, Core Vaccination

Canine Hepatitis is an acute liver infection in dogs caused by the Canine mastadenovirus formerly known as Canine adenovirus (CAV1).  Also, it is responsible for diseases in wolves, bears, and coyotes. It is one of the diseases that a vaccine is vital to keep down the spread of this disease. Canine Hepatitis is spread through direct contact…

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Parvovirus/Parvo Disease in Dogs

HoParvovirus or parvo in canines (CPV) is a mutant strain of parvo found in felines. It is a highly contagious virus that can be manifested in two different forms. The most common is the intestinal form, causing diarrhea, loss of appetite, and vomiting. Cardiac form, which is the less common, attacks the heart muscles of…

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Canine Distemper Disease in Animals

Puppies just lying around.

Canine Distemper Disease in Animals Canine distemper is a disease that is highly contagious with no known cure. It is a viral illness that not only attacks dogs but other animals as well.  Wolves, pandas, skunks, coyotes, and foxes are just some of the wildlife that can be attacked by this disease. The house pet, the…

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