Babesia canis

Species found in dogs, wolves, and jackals in many tropical and subtropical areas of the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa; it is most pathogenic in dogs, causing mild to severe canine babesiosis, the severest disease occurring in dogs imported into areas where the disease is enzootic; the most important vector is Rhipicephalus sanguineus. ... (05...
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Babesia canis

Babesia canis is a protozoal parasite which infects red blood cells and can lead to anemia. Babesia canis is transmitted by the brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus) and is one of the most common piroplasm infections. The brown dog tick is adapted to warmer climate, therefore most infections come from the southern and southeastern United State...
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