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Distemper can start in respiratory system or GI tract, then ultimately attack the nervous system
Adenovirus Type 1 causes Hepatitis which may lead to kidney damage. It affects the tonsil area first, then moves to the liver, spleen and lungs.
Adenovirus Type 2 Respiratory can lead to secondary Kennel cough.
Parainfluenza Viral respiratory infection. Can damage lungs- lead to secondary bacterial pneumonia and secondary kennel cough
Parvovirus Affects the GI tract and rips out cells of the intestine
Coronavirus Similar to Parvo Invades rapidly growing cells in intestinal lining.
Rhinotracheitis Herpes virus. Respiratory disease and can lead to pneumonia
Calicivirus Contagious but less often fatal upper respiratory infection
Panleukopenia Destroys all white blood cells in abdomen and gut tissue
Chlamydia Bacterial respiratory infection. Zoonotic from birds
Feline Leukemia Virus Malignancy form. Tumor grows in the bone marrow and other parts of body. attacks the bone marrow causing the bone marrow not to produce white blood cells, making cats susceptible to other diseases and infections
Rabies Moves to neurological system within 72 hours to 7 days. Attacks the central nervous system.
Feline Infectious Peritonitis Two strains- wet strain is more severe and destroys abdominal cavity, dry strain less severe
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus Attacks and destroys the white blood cells
Canine influenza New disease, no natural immunities, will catch if exposed highly contagious. low fever, lethargy, always with cough
Created by: anniecaughey78