TICK-BORNE DISEASES
DISEASES TRANSMITTED BY TICKS AND TRIGGERED BY TICKS
  • 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.