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  • Tiny scabies mites are highly contagious and easily transferred to both pets and humans. Discover how to act fast to diagnose and treat these parasites.

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  • Nearly all dogs and cats will become infested with parasites at some point in their lives. The following tips will help fight this risk.

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  • One of the leading causes of itching and scratching in dogs is the flea. In order to help combat flea problems, it is important that clients become educated to understand what fleas are, what their life cycle is and what steps can be taken to get them off of their pet.

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  • Cat Scratch Disease is caused by the flea-carried bacterium Bartonella henselae and is spread when an infected cat bites, licks, or scratches a person. Animals most likely to spread the infection are kittens and cats younger than one year of age. At some point in their life, nearly half of all cats will become infected with the bacteria.

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  • The most common zoonotic disease associated with cats is Bartonella, an infection better known as cat scratch disease. Originally blamed on a virus, the actual cause of this disease is the rickettsial organism found in fleas, Bartonella henselae. Case history indicates that kittens are more likely to transmit the infection, but all animals that come into contact with fleas are at risk.

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