Vector-Borne Diseases (VBDs)

We would like to present you different vector-borne infectious agents. These bacterial, viral and parasitic pathogens may cause severe diseases in pets and many of them are known to be zoonotic. Blood-feeding arthropods as for example ticks, fleas and mosquitos are known to be potential vectors.

The distribution of the diseases is dependent on the regional habitats of the individual vectors and the establishment of pathogen reservoirs.

In Germany, vector-borne diseases are of rising interest due to import of dogs from abroad, national and international travelling and changes in climatic conditions influencing the distribution of the vectors.

Please do not hesitate to contact us, if you may have questions and/or are interested in a cooperation with focus on vector-borne diseases:


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