Four pillars advice for imported pets and deworming frequency summary launched

ESCCAP UK & Ireland News Item
Two new downloads are now available on the ESCCAP UK & Ireland resources page. The "" page offers a summary of factors to consider when deciding which worms to treat cats and dogs for in the UK and how often.
Tuesday 5th September 2017

The big tick project

ESCCAP UK & Ireland News Item
The big tick project and Matt Dawson are doing excellent work with the media to promote the risks of human tick exposure and Lyme disease
Monday 21st August 2017

Parasite Forecast: Issue 2

ESCCAP UK & Ireland News Item
The second edition of ESCCAP UK & Ireland's quarterly Parasite Forecasts is now available to download. This edition outlines the changing parasite activity over the past three months and forecasts which parasites may present an increased risk in the subsequent three months. Also ...
Tuesday 11th July 2017

Recent reports of babesiosis in untraveled dogs in Essex

ESCCAP UK & Ireland News Item
Although there have been no recent reports of babesiosis in untraveled dogs in Essex, this paper from PHE demonstrates the potential for infection is still present Babesia canis was found in Dermacentor ticks collected from the field in Harlow where the outbreak originated but also in one tick from an endemic foci of Dermacentor in Wales....
Monday 3rd July 2017

Important data from SAVSNET highlighting the high risk months for fly strike in rabbits

ESCCAP UK & Ireland News Item
Lucilia green bottles that are the most common cause of fly strike in the UK, like warm, low wind conditions and the weather forecast suggests the next two weeks will provide these. This in combination with June - September having been highlighted as the months of highest fly strike ...
Friday 16th June 2017

Highlighting the problem of dog fouling

ESCCAP UK & Ireland News Item
ESCCAP UK & Ireland is supporting Bristol University in its poo patrol big spray day to highlight the problem of dog fouling. While many approaches have been tried to reduce dog fouling, the solution is likely to reside in increased social cohesion and publicity to make dog fouling ...
Monday 22nd May 2017

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