diarrhea with characteristic smell. Dehydration. Often fatal, very contagious.
virus. Cold symptoms.
dog and cat rabies
virus spreads by blood contamination (bite or, late stage, saliva in open wound). 1st stage no signs. Weeks sometimes later, drooling, not drinking, shy from light, disorientation (nocturnal out in day). Diagnosed by brain tissue (negri bodies--freckles in cell).
cat feline rhinotracheitis
upper respiratory disease. coughing, sneezing, nasal discharge, conjunctivitis, and sometimes fever (up to 106) and loss of appetite
not making leukocytes. Mutation of parvo?
retrovirus, immune suppressive. Contagious. Spread by mucus, saliva, urine and blood. Can only get from another cat.
taking imges of internal parts of animal. X-Ray, CT, MRI
something that you should do
something you should not do.
upper respiratory infection
living organisms that use other organisms for food or housing
disease that can go from animal to human (not one that both can get from the same source
fungus. Dermatophyte. Round bald spot. Zoonotic
zoonotic parasite. Transmitted in soil, raw meat, cat feces.
zoonotic parasite that lives in blood. Spread by sand flies. multi-organ failure. Blood test.