CND and Pets
The longer we keep pets, the more diverse health problems we see. Both pet owners and veterinarians are finding that as our environment becomes more toxic, the less able our pets systems are to function normally, and so we are seeing a steady increase in cancers, autoimmune and other diseases.
One emerging finding in human diseases such as CFS, Lyme, MS and other diseases for which no specific cause has been found, is that organisms, such as bacteria, mycoplasma and spirochetes are being discovered in humans with these diseases. For those of us struggling with these diseases ourselves, it is no surprise to us to find that they can occur in animals, as well.
in Pets & Other Animals
& Other Tick-Borne Diseases
More information on zoonoses affecting humans and pets can be found linked to Melissa Kaplan's Zoonoses resource page. Information on Lyme and common tick-borne co-infections in humans can be found the Lyme Disease resource page at this site.
Veterinary Journals (Abstracts)
Veterinary Information Resources
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