Pet Owner Educational Atlas, Parasites, Diagnosis, Control and Prevention

BySergio Villanueva Saz, Asier Basurco Pérez

Table of Contents

1. Types of parasites

External parasites

Fleas

Ticks

Lice

Mites

Mosquitoes and sandflies

Internal parasites

Roundworms

Flukes and tapeworms

Microscopic agents

2. Parasitic diseases by systems

Digestive system

Caused by nematodes

Caused by cestodes

Caused by trematodes

Caused by protozoa

Cardiorespiratory system

Lungworms

Heartworm (canine dirofilariasis)

Blood

Tick-borne diseases

Other parasitic diseases of the blood

Renal system

Urinary parasites

Systemic or multiorganic

Leishmaniasis

Toxoplasmosis

Other diseases

Cutaneous

Flea infestation: flea allergy dermatitis

Tick infestation

Allergic reactions to bites

Mange

Myiasis

Ocular

Ocular parasites

3. Diagnostic tests in parasitology

Stool analysis

Blood smear

Skin scrapings

Trichogram

Adhesive tape test

Flea comb

Analysis of otic exudate

4. Main zoonoses

Zoonoses from dogs

Zoonoses from cats

5. Main parasites of exotic animals

Parasites of birds

Parasites of small rodents

Parasites of rabbits

Parasites of ferrets

Parasites of reptiles

6. Miscellaneous

How to remove a tick

Correct use of a pipette

How to administer an oral antiparasitic

How does an antiparasitic work? Presentations

How do I know if my pet is parasitised?

Basic hygiene measures

Management recommendations

Parasite control programmes

How to remove fleas from the environment

Avoid mosquito and sandfly bites

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