Prevention And Treatment.
This information is not meant to be a substitute for veterinary care. From this, the researcher...
of 1

Prevention And Treatment.

This information is not meant to be a substitute for veterinary care. From this, the researchers cal...
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - Prevention And Treatment.

  • 1. Prevention And Treatment. This information is not meant to be a substitute for veterinary care. From this, the researchers calculate that the expected prevalence of infected ticks on dogs is 0.5% or 481 infected ticks per 100,000 dogs. And they say this suggests that the prevalence of this Borrelia infection in the UK tick population is considerably higher than previously thought, if you assume that the infection rate in dogs is a fair reflection of how many humans are likely to be infected. People who develop a rash or other symptoms after a tick bite should consult their GP. Although we especially recommend topical prevention if your pet will be visiting hot-spot Lyme areas, topical prevention is important even if your pet lives in an urban area such as Minneapolis or St. Paul because one of the highly infective tick stages (the nymph stage) typically feeds on rodents and small mammals and these can live anywhere. We have a highly effective Lyme vaccine that can be given to pets 9 weeks and older. If you are in need of extra info on Lyme Diseases in Dogs , click Can Dogs Get Lyme Disease. Unfortunately, some of the symptoms of Lyme Disease are similar to those of Swine Flu, but the characteristic rash should help to confirm a diagnosis. Symptoms can vary from patient to patient and sometimes there are no symptoms at all. If you suspect that you have been bitten by a tick and you have the symptoms described above, see your GP or call NHS Direct. Lyme disease can affect individual pets differently. In addition, a vaccination for Lyme disease is available for dogs; however, there is some controversy around the subject and some vets do not feel it is effective enough to be worthwhile. It is important to know that only about five percent of dogs bitten by ticks will develop the disease. According to Cornell University's Baker Institute for Animal Health, common Lyme disease symptoms in dogs are primarily severe or moderately acute arthritis. To prevent Lyme disease, we horse owners are supposed to use insect repellants that contain Permethrin or Pyrethrin. Keeping horses out of tall grass when riding and keeping pastures mowed helps reduce the likelihood that ticks will get on the horse. We should also carefully groom to check for ticks so they can be removed as soon as possible but this is easier said than done since deer ticks that carry Lyme are small and may be very difficult to see. Suffering from Lyme disease is painful. 42 year-old Psychotherapist Vicente from Neepawa, has interests for example pyrotechnics, Can Dogs Get Lyme Disease and trekkie. Reminisces what an incredible spot it had been having made a journey to Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak.

Related Documents