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RSS FeedsMany disease-causing pathogens that are transferable from pets to humans are spread by common parasites, such as fleas and ticks ...
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7 december 2017 12:07:33

 
Many disease-causing pathogens that are transferable from pets to humans are spread by common parasites, such as fleas and ticks ...
(WorldNews Environment)
 




Leverkusen, December 7, 2017- Cat and dog ownership has increased globally over the last 5 years, and in many situations, they live in the home and are considered as part of the family. This, and the ubiquitous nature of parasites mean it is inevitable that more pets and their families are also being exposed to unwelcomed pests like fleas, ticks, worms and sandflies, as well as the harmful diseases that they can transmit. South America and South East Asia have experienced a particular pet boom, with dog ownership increasing in Vietnam by nearly 9.4 per cent and in Brazil by 8 per cent since 2012.(1)South Amercia is now the region with the highest percentage of pet owners in the world.(2)It...
 
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