Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is a disease that occurs in dogs and humans, caused by an infectious bacterium called Rickettsia rickettsii. It is one of the most common disease in dogs and it often transmitted through the bites of infected ticks.
Cataracts are the deposition of opaque material within the lens of the eye, causing the lens to lose transparency and preventing light from passing to the retina. This can cause partial or complete vision loss. Cats can develop cataracts within their lens for many reasons having a genetic predisposition is the most common.
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Canine Coronavirus, also known as CCoV, is a viral infection of the intestines. This disease is short-lived and typically not fatal, but causes abdominal discomfort and pain for a few days. There are different types of coronavirus that each infect different animal species.
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