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Canine Parvovirus (CPV) or “Parvo” as it is commonly known usually attacks the canine intestinal track. It is highly infectious and can affect all dogs, but particularly unvaccinated dogs and puppies or young adults. While worrisome to a dog owner, Parvo cannot be transmitted for an infected dog to humans.
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Safety – Rescue Disinfectants are non-toxic and contain no harsh chemicals, which makes them safe for use around animals.Environmental Sustainability – The active ingredient in Rescue Disinfectants is hydrogen peroxide, which breaks down into oxygen and water, which makes it environmentally friendly.Efficacy – Rescue Disinfectants kill even the toughest pathogens
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Vettech disinfecting a cage with wipes
Cleaning and disinfecting are different processes but both essential to any veterinary disinfection protocol. Exam rooms and cages should be cleaned and disinfected immediately after use to prevent any disease risk and keep things moving efficiently. Here is how to effectively clean your kennel or cage in four steps: 1.
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Understanding the importance of contact time is key to choosing a disinfectant and using it properly. “Contact time” simply means the length of time that a disinfectant must remain wet on a surface to successfully kill pathogens. Different Chemicals Will Have Different Contact Times All disinfectants have a contact time
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fear free isolation protocol
When pets suspected of being infectious are brought to your clinic, it’s important not only to have an isolation area for them to protect other patients but also to make that isolation area and interactions taking place in it comfortable for the patient. The following isolation protocol will keep patients
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top 5 deadliest pathogens vet clinic
As professionals working in the animal health industry, you are on the front lines dealing with zoonotic diseases on an every day basis. We take a look at the top 5 most commonly found zoonotic diseases in veterinary practices and in collaboration with Dr. Jenifer Chatfield, have created a cheat
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With Speaker Dr. Sara PizanoIn this webinar we will be exploring best practices in animal shelters and how implementing portals and the right disinfectant can decrease Upper Respiratory Infections and ultimately increase your live release What are the “best practices” for providing shelter animals with the most compassionate environment? This
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This comprehensive guide provides you with advice related to infectious disease control and biosecurity for veterinary practices. This guide includes: The importance of infection control and biosecurityA brief history of disinfectants7 Steps to good infection control9 Common disinfection mistakes5 Disinfection mythsGlossary of disinfection and biosecurity terms Download the guide:
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Since August, Los Angeles County has seen cases of leptospirosis and canine influenza rise dramatically amongst the dog population. Leptospirosis is bacterial disease that affects both dogs and humans. While it is typically rare, over 100 canine cases have already been reported in this region in 2021. This is a
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What is it? Most commonly referred to as “the flu”, influenza is a viral zoonotic infection that attacks your respiratory system — the nose, throat and lungs. Mode of transmission Respiratory droplets Download Your Fact Sheet Tips for at-home care Vaccinate!Routinely disinfect your dog’s favorite toys, areas of the home,
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7-Steps-to-Good-Infection-Control
You do not need to be an award-winning chemist or microbiologist to be good at infection control in a veterinary setting. Yes, the chemical and its proper use is critical, but think about infection control with the big picture in mind. It’s a team effort based on several unique considerations
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What is it? Leptospirosis (or Lepto) is a zoonotic disease which can be spread from animals to humans, that primarily affects the liver, kidneys and urinary system. It is caused by a bacteria that can be found in soil, and water, and is shed by wildlife, rats, mice, and in
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