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 is acute viral encephalitis characterized by altered behavior aggressiveness, progressive, and death in worm-blooded animals & humans.
Canine distemper (CDV)
 is severe, highly contagious multisystemic viral disease of dogs with high morality. There are no antiviral drugs for treatment of CD, so dogs should be vaccinated.
Canine Parvo viral enteritis (CPV)
 is acute highly contagious enteritis of dogs with high morality. A severe and often fatal affecting the lining of the intestinal tract.
Infectious Canine hepatitis (ICH) 
is a multisystemic viral disease caused by two related viruses that affect primarily the liver of dogs. Parainfluenza a virus that along with the hepatitis virus can cause upper respiratory infections. Leptospirosis, a bacterial infection affecting kidneys, A disease of worldwide significance in many animals, Dogs that survive Leptospirosis may have permanent kidney damage infected dogs may transmit the disease to man.
Connie Corona Virus (CCV)
 is a cause of acute gastroenteritis in most dogs similar to parvovirus, can be severe, but has a somewhat different effect on the intestinal tract and generally is not fatal.
Bordetella (Kennel Cough Complex)
 is highly contagious infectious disease of the canine respiratory tract that cause tarcheobronchitis and acute onset of a paroxysmal hacking cough lasting several days to a few weeks.
Feline Panleukopenia(Feline Parvovirus-FPV)
 infection most commonly affect young, unvaccinated cats and results in an acute or per acute systemic and enteric infection characterized by fever, vomiting diarrhea, anorexia and malaise.
Feline viral Rhinotrachetis (FVR) and Feline Calici virus (FCV)
 are highly contagious viral infection; major causes of infections of upper respiratory disease in cats.
Feline leukemia viral is a retrovirus (FeLV)
 infect domestic cats mainly kittens characterized by dyspnea, lethargy, anorexia, fever, gingivitis, stomatitis and non-healing abscesses.
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP)
 is a progressive immune-mediated disease, fatal within a few weeks caused by corona virus affect kidneys, liver visceral lymph nodes, intestines, lungs eyes and brain.

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