Rabies is a highly contagious zoonotic disease caused by the rabies virus , which can be prevented through vaccination .
Canine distemper is a highly contagious infectious disease in dogs caused by the canine distemper virus. It can be spread through the air and is extremely contagious.
Canine parvovirus disease, is a highly contagious and highly fatal infectious disease caused by canine parvovirus that mainly infects puppies.
Canine infectious hepatitis is an acute septicemic infectious disease in canines caused by canine adenovirus type I. The main clinical manifestations are hepatitis and corneal opacification (ie, blue eye disease).
Toxoplasmosis is a zoonotic disease caused by Toxoplasma gondii and can infect almost all warm-blooded animals.
Canine adenovirus type II can cause infectious laryngotracheitis and pneumonia symptoms in dogs . Clinical features include persistent high fever , cough , serous to mucoid rhinorrhea, tonsillitis, laryngotracheitis, and pneumonia.
Canine parainfluenza is a viral infectious disease that mainly affects the respiratory tract of dogs, usually causing symptoms such as coughing, runny nose, and fever.
Dog feces contains a small amount of blood cells or hemoglobin that cannot be directly observed with the naked eye, but can be detected using chemical methods.
Canine coronavirus disease is caused by canine coronavirus, which causes dogs to have symptoms of gastroenteritis of varying severity, including frequent vomiting, diarrhea, depression, and anorexia in clinical practice.
Rabies is an acute zoonotic infectious disease caused by rabies virus. It is more common in dogs , cat , wild or stray mammalian carnivores.