Do you have breeding colonies of Parasites in your home.

Date: 22 January 2014
Author: AllonHealth.com

It is a little known fact that pet dogs, cats, hamsters and other animals are a reservoir of parasites that are easily transferred to their human owners.
And, most often, it is the children in the family who are right in the firing line. They are usually more in contact with the pets than the adults - cuddling them and even kissing their darling little pets.

It is not only by direct contact with the pet that parasites are transferred from the animal to the human. Contamination takes place by ticks, fleas, mites, lice, etc dropping off the animal indoors or outdoors and attaching to a human host from the lawn or carpet or household furniture. Some parasite eggs can survive for years in the ground after being expelled in dog faeces.
Sand boxes in particular.

This is not meant as a comprehensive account of the various parasites carried by and possible spread by pets. Just a heads up on what can happen, and very often does happen, and a reminder that it is very important to have a regular parasite program which is strictly adhered to.
The program, to be effective must encompass the whole household.
Dose all pets on a regular basis.
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Puppies 4 to 12 weeks of age should be de-wormed every two weeks.
From age 12 weeks to 6 months puppies should be de-wormed monthly
From 6 months onward dogs and puppies should be de-wormed every 3 months.

Disinfect all pet bedding and housing. ( Get a pet and human friendly disinfectant, air bedding regularly)
Synchronize the animal and human dosing . It's no good doing the animals and not the humans.
The whole family, not just the children.( Human intestinal parasite cleanse).
A few common animal/human parasites.
Not a comprehensive list by a long way - just enough for a gentle wake up call.

Hookworms
            The adult hookworm lives on the wall of the small intestine of the host. It drinks the host's blood. Hookworms are intestinal parasites common to humans and animals.

Ringworm.
            Ringworm is a fungal infection, not actually a worm. It infects humans and animals.

Roundworms.
            This is a very common parasite in cats and dogs, and get up to 160mm in length.
Roundworms are one of the dog or cat parasites that can be dangerous when transmitted to humans.

Tapeworms.
            Easily transferred from animals to humans.

Ticks and Fleas.
            Ticks are skin parasites that feed on the blood of their hosts. Ticks like motion, warm temperatures from body heat, and the carbon dioxide exhaled by mammals, which is why they are attracted to such hosts as dogs, cats, rodents, rabbits, cattle, small mammals, etc. The bite itself is not usually painful, but the parasite can transmit diseases and cause tick paralysis.

Babesia Infection in Dogs.
            Most people have never heard of Babesia organisms though they cause red blood cell destruction in their canine hosts all over the world. Babesia organisms are spread by ticks and are of particular significance to racing greyhounds and pit bulls. Humans may also become infected.

 Campylobacter, Salmonella, & E. Coli: Causes of Diarrhoea in Puppies & Kittens
            Bacterial diarrhoeas are generally a nuisance for the adult animal but can be lethal to a small puppy, kitten, or even a human baby. Most of these problems stem from contaminated food or faecal contaminated environment. Raw food diets for pets dramatically increase the risk of human exposure.

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