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What dangerous diseases can infect Pets?

Cats, dogs, parrots – without them our life would be much duller. But not only the joy Pets bring. Sometimes the cat bites its own could cost lives, and playing with a dog – long treatment at infections. What diseases can infect domestic animals and how to protect yourself from it?

It often happens that a dangerous animal disease is harmless and not contagious to people and Vice versa. However, there are also zoonotic infections – diseases that humans can get infected from “smaller brothers”.

Helminthiasis (worms) and parasitic diseases

Your dog or cat can end by infectious diseases with helminths. Animals pick up the infection together with food (infected meat, fish and even flies), contaminated water, and through the bites of mosquito vector larvae (as happens when dirofilariasis) and accidental ingestion of eggs of worms, for example, with your street shoes. After that, the worms – flat, round, tape worms parasitize in the intestinal tract and the bodies of cats and dogs. To do this, the worms are long and quietly. So, the owner runs the risk of Contracting helminth infections, if you forget to wash your hands after playing with pet or neglect the rules of hygiene when cleaning his toilet.

What you can catch from cats or dogs?

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