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Canine Distemper

What Is Canine Distemper?
Canine distemper is a highly contagious, systemic, viral disease of dogs seen worldwide. Clinically, it is characterized by a diphasic fever, leukopenia, Gastro Intestinal and respiratory catarrh, and frequently pneumonic and neurologic complications.
What are the animals affected with it?
What causes Canine Distemper?
How it is transmitted to dogs?
What are the signs of Canine distemper?
What breeds of dogs are more susceptible to parvovirus?
How the virus is transmitted?
What is the pathogenesis?
What are the signs of parvo affected dog?
How the parvovirus infection is diagnosed?
What is the possible treatment?
How it can be controlled and prevented?
What is Infectious Canine Hepatitis (ICH)?
In which animals it is seen?
Signs and symptoms
How to diagnose ICH?
How to prevent the disease?
What Causes Leptospirosis?
How Would Dog Catch Leptospirosis?
Why Do Leptospira Persist In The Kidneys Of Carrier Animals?
What Signs Are Seen In Dog?
How to diagnose leptospirosis in dogs?
What is the public health risk involved?
How to control the disease?
How can these important diseases be controlled In Pets? Single shot is available for all diseases?
How to administer and what is the schedule?