Cheyletiellosic mange, or walking dandruff, is an uncommon parasitic infestation of Cheyletiella sp. mites in dogs.
Whipworm (Trichuris vulpis) is a parasitic intestinal worm of dogs. Whipworms live embedded in the lining of the large intestine. The worms are transmitted between hosts via ingestion of eggs passed in the feces, which can live -and continue to be contagious- in soil for years.
Papillomatosis, also known as warts, is an infection caused by papillomavirus in dogs. Papillomatosis presents as benign skin tumors (warts) most commonly in the oral cavity and lips, but can affect any part of the skin
Pythiosis is an infection caused by Pythium insidiosum, an aquatic organism similar to a fungus. This organism is commonly found in stagnant water, and is particularly common in sub-tropical climates.