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Canine Circovirus

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Does anyone know anything about this??

 

 

Please if anyone can give me any info it would be so greatly appreciated. 

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is your dog infected? 
yes, you need good info. perhaps change vets .

if, on the other hand , it is something you have found/heardof/read about ... perhaps you would be best served by contacting  a Uni or somewhere like that . If it is an uncommon/newly discovered little beastie , your vet may not yet have the information - they do have an awful lot to learn /keep up with .

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1 hour ago, persephone said:

is your dog infected? 
yes, you need good info. perhaps change vets .

if, on the other hand , it is something you have found/heardof/read about ... perhaps you would be best served by contacting  a Uni or somewhere like that . If it is an uncommon/newly discovered little beastie , your vet may not yet have the information - they do have an awful lot to learn /keep up with .

This.

My limited understanding of it, is that it's a fairly recent find, and would require PCR to confirm. Also, that it hasn't been found in Australia.

If you'd like something to worry over, tularemia type B was found in Tasmania in few years ago. First recorded case in the southern hemisphere. 

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On 12/12/2018 at 9:39 AM, persephone said:

is your dog infected? 
yes, you need good info. perhaps change vets .

if, on the other hand , it is something you have found/heardof/read about ... perhaps you would be best served by contacting  a Uni or somewhere like that . If it is an uncommon/newly discovered little beastie , your vet may not yet have the information - they do have an awful lot to learn /keep up with .

Sorry for the late reply, I couldn’t see my notifications properly. Or I just was too new-Mum, sleep-deprived to read properly. Either one.

No, he’s not. Thank God.

That’s a good idea. Thank you. 

 

 

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