How Contacted: Transmitted through tick that may have hitchiked into home on your dog.
Parasites: Toxocariasis, Toxoplasmosis, Ringworm/Tinea, Tapeworm
How Contacted: in the feces of infected animals, sometimes infecting soil where children play.
Treatment: There is treatment for all parasites. Simple pills, creams. Rabies
How Contacted: Bitten by animal with rabies.
Treatment: Immune globulin and vaccination is generally the treatment. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
How Contacted: Carried by ticks that attach themselves to dog then human.
Treatment: Antibiotics and is not contagious. Campylobacter Infection/Bacteria
How Contacted: Contaminated water, feces, unpasteurized milk.
Some dieseases include:
Bovine Spongiform Encepalopathy (Mad Cow)
Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia
Echinococcosis / Hydatidosis
Foot and Mouth Disease
Lumpy Skin Disease
Malignant Catarrhal Fever
Peste des Petits Ruminants
Both animals and human can get rabies. Also the flu though there are species specific varieties. Brusselosis, parrot fever, and e.coli. can all be shared between human and animal.
there wouldnt be any diseases if you didnt shove your penis uo there but
Rabies, lyme disease, etc.
it is COLIC :p
There are several different diseases that cockroaches can spread to humans and other animals. Some of these diseases include dysentery, typhoid, poliomyelitis, and gastroenteritis.
Besides Love animals can give people diseases worms tapeworms hook worms roundworms virus's Ring worms and other different diseases Mange and lots of other things.
there are millions of different diseases..
There are many animals that carry diseases. Rodents such as mice and rats carry a lot of diseases. Bird also carry diseases.
All animals have diseases specific to their species.
These effects are known as biomagnification and bioaccumulation which leads to cause different type of diseases
They get them from un-specified animals & plants.
Diseases passed to humans from animals are called zoonoses.
William Arthur Hagan has written: 'The infectious diseases of domestic animals' -- subject(s): Communicable diseases in animals, Livestock, Diseases
A. McDiarmid has written: 'Diseases of free-living wild animals' -- subject(s): Communicable diseases in animals