Piroplasmosis Infections and Babesia in Dogs
Humans cannot contract Babesia from a dog
Piroplasmosis in Humans
In conclusion, it is important that all dog owners understand the importance of preventing Babesia and promptly treating Piroplasmosis. The overseas travel of this parasite and its resulting condition prove that swift action is necessary in order to save lives. Many medical professionals are still unaware of Babesia’s presence in their communities and resist treating a disease that has, until now, been unheard-of in many geographical areas.
In order to keep you and your dog safe, Cabinet Veterinaire International wants to ensure that you’re aware of the consequences of Babesia and Piroplasmosis prevention methods. If you have any questions about this parasite or the disease it causes, please call 022 755 55 33 or email us.