Signs Observed Among Animal Species Infected with Raccoon Rabies Variant Virus, Massachusetts, USA, 1992–2010
Contributor(s):: Xingtai Wang, Barbara G. Werner, Sandra Smole, Vasil Pani, Linda L. Han
We analyzed signs occurring among domestic and wild terrestrial animal species infected with raccoon rabies variant virus (RRV) in Massachusetts, 1992–2010. The clinical sign of aggression was significantly associated with rabid stray cats (odds ratio, OR = 2.3) and RRV affected major wild...
Mad Dogs and Meerkats: A History of Resurgent Rabies in Southern Africa
Contributor(s):: Brown, Karen, Woods, Abigail
Manual for Rabies Control and Bite Management
Contributor(s):: Marcy Wilhelm-South
Contributor(s):: Goldstein, E. J. C., Greene, C. E., Schlossberg, D.
This chapter focuses on diseases transmitted from cats to humans. The diseases transmitted by inhalation (bordetellosis, plague and Q fever), vectors (ehrlichiosis, anaplasmosis, cat scratch disease, bacillary angiomatosis, flea-borne spotted fever, murine typhus and leishmaniasis), faecal-oral...
Public health and animal welfare
Contributor(s):: Molento, C. F. M., Appleby, M. C., Weary, D. M., Sandoe, P.
What are the links among the concepts of global public health, human health and animal welfare? The objective of this chapter is to discuss the relationship between public health and animal welfare issues, from the historical perspective of rabies control to the more recent challenges brought by...
Legislating Fear and the Public Health in Gilded Age Massachusetts
Contributor(s):: Teigen, Philip M.
Participatory methods for the assessment of the ownership status of free-roaming dogs in Bali, Indonesia, for disease control and animal welfare
Contributor(s):: Morters, M. K., Bharadwaj, S., Whay, H. R., Cleaveland, S., Damriyasa, I. M., Wood, J. L. N.
The existence of unowned, free-roaming dogs capable of maintaining adequate body condition without direct human oversight has serious implications for disease control and animal welfare, including reducing effective vaccination coverage against rabies through limiting access for vaccination, and...
Social environment and control status of companion animal-borne zoonoses in Japan
Contributor(s):: Takahashi-Omoe, Hiromi, Omoe, Katsuhiko
Care of dogs and attitudes of dog owners in Port-au-Prince, the Republic of Haiti
Contributor(s):: Fielding, W. J., Gall, M., Green, D., Eller, W. S.
This article reports the first known study on dogs in Port-au-Prince. Interviews with 1,290 residents provided information on 1,804 dogs. More than 57.7% of homes kept dogs. Not all the dogs received vaccinations for rabies (41.6%), even though 28.2% of households had had a household member...
Rabies in Virginia, 1989-2003: With particular attention to animals, geographic distribution, and virus variant
Contributor(s):: William Andrew Holzgrefe
The Epidemiology of Human Rabies Postexposure Prophylaxis in Virginia, 2002 and 2003
Contributor(s):: Marilyn Goss Haskell
A Frightful - but Not Necessarily Fatal - Madness: Rabies in Eighteenth Century England and English North America
Contributor(s):: Blaisdell, John Douglas
Mad Dogs and Englishmen
Contributor(s):: Pemberton, Neil, Worboys, Michael
Mad dogs and Englishmen: the conflict over rabies in late Victorian England
Contributor(s):: Walton, John K.
A quantitative release assessment for the noncommercial movement of companion animals: Risk of rabies reintroduction to the United Kingdom
Contributor(s):: Goddard, A. D., Donaldson, N. M., Horton, D. L., Kosmider, R., Kelly, L. A., Sayers, A. R., Breed, A. C., Freuling, C. M., Müller, T., Shaw, S. E., Hallgren, G., Fooks, A. R., Snary, E. L.
Information need of owners regarding dog's healthcare, zoonotic diseases and marketing
Contributor(s):: Basarajappa, A. D., Rupasi, Tiwari, Rakesh, Roy, Davinder, Singh, Matt, V. T., Devan, Arora
The present study was purposively conducted at Clinical Complex, VeterinaryCollege, Hebbal, Bangalore; Referral Polyclinic, IVRI, Izatnagar; Veterinary polyclinic, GBPUAT, Pantnagar and Veterinary hospital, Palam, New Delhi, India. From each clinical complex, 50 pet dog owners were selected...
Medical costs and other aspects of dog bites in Baltimore
Contributor(s):: David R. Berzon, John B. DeHoff
INJURIES CAUSED BY DOG BITES havegrown to epidemic proportions in recent yearsand are now of major public health significance.Animal bites may lead to dangerous viral andbacterial infections, such as rabies, pasteurellosis,and tetanus, and the injuries may result in permanentscars, severe...
Characterization of injuries caused by dogs and cats to humans in the municipality of Jaboticabal, Sao Paulo, between the years 2000 and 2009
Contributor(s):: Frias, D. F. R., Nunes, J. O. R., Carvalho, A. A. B.
Exploring opportunities to do things differently
Contributor(s):: Gibbens, N.
Pet travel changes - good for owners... but what about pets?
Contributor(s):: Cooper, E.