As I am sure you will already be aware, cases of canine babesiosis have been reported in non-travelling dogs in southeast England. The impact of global warming has lead many parasitologists to predict an increase in the incidence of tick-borne diseases for some time – and it looks like the signs are that these predictions are coming true. Through the experiences of our South African members and colleagues, we know what a devastating impact such diseases can have.
As a result of these developments, we are in close consultation with academics and suppliers alike about our choice of anti-parasitic products in our Preferred and Dedicated product listings. Please share your thoughts with us on this important topic by emailing [email protected].
Meanwhile, we’d like to draw your attention to the following web-resource http://www.cvbd.org/. Sponsored by Bayer the site is a great resource of information on canine vector-horned diseases gathered from independent key opinion leaders.
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