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A free online class brought to you by Bioguard

If you're interested in learning more about Diarrheal infection in Dogs, including causative pathogens, diagnosis, and treatment solutions, be sure to check out this upcoming webinar. You'll gain valuable insights and information, giving you a better understanding of this common health issue in dogs.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn more and improve your pet's health!

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Acute diarrhea in dogs is a frequently encountered issue in small animal veterinary practice. While it is usually self-limiting and can be resolved with symptomatic treatment alone, antibiotics are often prescribed as part of the therapeutic management plan. In this webinar, we will discuss the common causes of acute diarrhea, including infectious agents, and highlight the importance of fecal analysis in identifying the underlying cause. We will also explore the appropriate usage of antibiotics in treating acute diarrhea and the potential adverse effects of antibiotic administration.


Dr. Sushant obtained his Ph.D. from National Tsing Hua University and Academia Sinica, Taiwan. He has expertise in biomarker discovery and protein structural biology with a strong research background in investigating potential biomarkers for target diseases. Currently, Dr. Sushant works as a Diagnostic Product Specialist at Bioguard Corporation (Taiwan).

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Jan 31

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8 PM – 9 PM


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What animals get rabies?

Rabies is a disease that only affects mammals, which are warm-blooded animals with fur. This means that birds, snakes, and fish cannot get rabies or transmit it to humans. However, any mammal, including humans, can get infected with rabies. Although cases of rabies in humans are rare in the United States, about 60,000 people receive post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) each year to prevent rabies infection after being bitten or scratched by an animal that is infected or suspected to be infected with rabies.

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In the United States, over 90% of reported rabies cases in animals occur in wildlife. The animals that carry rabies most commonly in the US are raccoons, skunks, bats, and foxes. Contact with infected bats is the primary cause of human rabies deaths in the US. At least seven out of ten Americans who die from rabies in the country were infected by bats. It is quite possible not to recognize a bat scratch or bite, which may be very small, but they can still spread rabies.

ets like cats and dogs and livestock like cattle and horses can also get rabies. Almost all of the pets and livestock that get rabies had either not received vaccination or were not up to date on rabies vaccination. Most pets contract rabies from contact with wildlife.

Because of laws in the United States requiring vaccination of dogs for rabies, dogs make up only about one percent of rabid animals reported each year in the country. However, dog rabies is still common in many countries. Exposure to rabid dogs is still the cause of almost all human rabies deaths worldwide. Exposure to rabid dogs outside the US is the second leading cause of rabies deaths in Americans.

f an animal is infected with rabies, it may exhibit the following symptoms:
- General sickness
- Difficulty in swallowing
- Excessive drooling or salivation
- Aggressiveness beyond normal behavior
- Biting at imaginary objects, also known as "fly biting"
- Appearing tamer than expected
- Difficulty in moving or even paralysis
- A bat that is found on the ground.

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