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Veterinary

Animal Disease

BACKGROUND

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Pet wellness has broad relevance to Canadians

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56%

56% of Canadian household have a pet

The subject of pet wellness has broad relevance to Canadians. It is estimated that there are approximately 7.9 million cats and 5.9 million dogs in Canada. Approximately 35% of Canadian house holed have a dog, while 38% have a cat.

 
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Most Common Canine Disease

Canine Distemper

Transmitted by contact with secretions from an infected dog’s nose. Distemper is the leading cause of infectious disease death in dogs.

Canine Parvovirus

Transmitted by exposure to contaminated feces. Cause vomiting and diarrhea.

Canine Influenza

Transmitted by nasal secretions. It is a relatively new disease in dogs.

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External parasites

External parasites, such as ticks, fleas and mange are fairly common dog problems.

Heartworms

Heartworms are spread by mosquitoes.

Rabies

Transmitted by bites from infected animals. 

Kennel cough

Kennel cough can be caused by a combination of viruses and bacteria.

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Pets affected by parvovirus or canine distemper die without any treatment

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The most widespread causes of infectious diseases are parvovirus and distemper and lots of dogs will die if not treated.

As a dog parent, it is important to recognize the illnesses. The causes are mostly preventable and we can help prevent and control with early diagnosis.

OUR SOLUTION

Veterinary (Animal Disease)

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The four diseases that dogs can typically have can be diagnosed quickly and simply with Animal Disease screening kit. We also provide testing kits for feline diseases.  

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