Message Number: FHL2123 | New FHL Archives Search
From: "Tony Clarke"
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2007 00:00:32 -0000
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Migrating Parasites
--- In email@example.com, "Jennifer
Bell" <menchador@...> wrote:
> We are in Union County NJ, and before that Bergen County NJ
> to the max). Louie hasn't been outside in years (at least 4) and
> mixes with our cats, who have shown no symptoms.
Blood parasites can be transmitted by flies (Haemoproteus pigeon
malaria etc. ), mosquitos (malaria and others), ticks etc.
How is this years fly/mosquito population?
These kind of parasites are often in the apicomplexan gouping see
link below for good general write-up. they include such things as
coccida, plasmodium and toxoplasma
Tony (not a vet), Sugar and Suki.
In memory of Sally and Sue.
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