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canine/feline final

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when doing a food trial for a patient suspected of having food allergies, how long should the new diet be fed before improvement is seen 3 months
animal protein considered a novel antigen to the vast majority of canine population salmon
toxoplasmosis can be transmitted by transplacentally, ingestion of raw meat containing any life stages, gardening soil contaminated with oocysts
canine parvovirus is resisten and may remain viable in the environment for ____________ several years
test definitively diagnostic of canine distemper none
rabies can be transmitted via bite wounds, saliva exposure on open wounds, infected animal sneezes and droplets land in eyes or nose
rabies virus introduced by a bite from an infected animal travels from the bite area to the brain via peripheral nerves
disinfectant most effective against parvovirus sodium hypochlorite
most common viral infections of dogs canine distemper and canine hepatitis
zoonotic diseases rabies, toxoplasmosis, ehrlichiosis
stages of rabies prodromal, excitative, paralytic
common reservoir for rabies virus skunk
treatments for distemper IV Fluids, antiemetics, isolation, antibiotics
Created by: Marie11892