Guide
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transmitted diseases from animals - people called zooantroponozy.Cats can infect people with certain types of worms, viral, bacterial and fungal lesions.
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Ringworm is transmitted as from animals to humans and vice versa.Mycobacteria are ubiquitous in our environment.With good body immunity alone cope with this type of fungus, and it does not appear in humans.If the human body is exhausted, prone to stress, the immune status is reduced, and the person may be ill.Personal hygiene reduces the risk of disease.Annual vaccination of cats prevent this disease.
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helminths from cats infected with a large number of people.The most common diseases such as ascariasis, and dipilidioz nematodiroz.Many species of parasitic infestations in animals occur from eating raw meat and fish.Fleas, ticks and lice are carriers of many worms.Protect yourself and the animal worming just 3-4 times a year to conduct deworming of all the animals and all the men in his family.
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Viral diseases are most dangerous to humans.Rabies is the most unsafe disease leading to loss of life.Vaccination against rabies in Russia animal is free of charge.To do this, you must apply to the regional state veterinary clinic or a station to fight animal diseases.
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Toxoplasmosis and chlamydia are on the second place on the diseases dangerous to humans.The only protection of animals against infection deworming is a quarterly and an annual vaccination of all pets.
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There are some rules, observing that you will protect their pets and themselves from these diseases.Feed your pets only high-quality food, do not let them raw foods, but only boiled meat and fish.
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In time vaccinate cat polyvalent vaccine.When a new animal in the house, spend it screened for infections.Do not take the house sick animals they infect those pupils who are you.
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Observe safety precautions when dealing with wild animals (mice, rats, ferrets, squirrels).They can be infected with rabies.
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If you are bitten by a cat or other animal, immediately contact the emergency room or the veterinary laboratory, where you will inject an antiviral drug that will protect you from possible rabies virus.