- Borreliosis – Lyme disease (Borrelia burgdorferi) – the most common tick-borne disease in humans and animals with multiform course, often with permanent complications.
- Tick-borne, viral encephalitis and meningitis (Flaviviridae) disease of people (mainly) and animals. Characterized by symptoms resulting from inflammation of the meninges, or brain and meningitis, rarely core and meningitis.
- Babesioses (Babesia canis) – Extremely dangerous disease of dogs and cats with a very serious and often fatal course.
- Hepatozoonosis (Hepatozoon canis) disease of dogs with different clinical course, often leads to debilitating (cachexia).
- Q fever (Coxiella burnetti).
- Ehrlichiosis (Ehrlihia spp.) disease of dogs, the symptoms are varied, can be observed a high fever, weight loss leading to anorexia.
- Haemobartonellosis (Haemobartonella felis, canis). The disease of dogs and cats during which there is a breakdown of red blood cells and the development of anemia.
- Paralysis of the peripheral nerves. The disease of people, dogs and cats. It is caused by toxins introduced into the host organism by parasitic ticks.
DISEASES TRANSMITTED BY TICKS AND TRIGGERED BY TICKS