Latest additions to Canis



Check out the latest additions to Canis....

Canine neural angiostrongylosis

Canine neural angiostrongylosis is caused by Angiostrongylosis cantonensis, the rat lungworm, after ingestion of infected snails and slugs.

Written by: 

  • Richard Malik DVSc DipVetAn MVetClinStud PhD FASM FACVSc
  • Derek Spielman MVSc BSc PhD MACVSc (Wildlife Medicine)

Metatarsal fistulation

Seen in German Shepherd Dogs and their crosses, metatarsal fistulation is generally considered to be an auto-immune condition. This new topic has been added to the Dermatology category:

Written by Charlie Walker BVetMed CertVD MRCVS

Mycoplasmas and ureaplasmas

Mycoplasmas are currently divided into hemotropic and non-hemotropic types. This topic has been updated:

Related topics:

Reviewed by Emi Barker BSc(RVC) BVSc(Bristol) PhD(Bristol) DipECVIM-CA