The idea that dogs can become infectious to humans is not a new one.
But the sheer scale of the disease has made it increasingly difficult to study.
“We don’t really know how prevalent it is in the wild,” says Chris Cunha, a veterinary infectious disease specialist at the University of Queensland in Brisbane.
The World Health Organization estimates that over 90% of dog-related cases are in China, the country with the most cases.
In addition to China, there are other regions with high incidence of the bacteria: Brazil, Mexico, South Korea, Japan and the Philippines.
In Australia, a recent study found that dog-associated cases accounted for less than 0.1% of the total number of cases.
There are several theories for why dogs become infected, and the answers may be surprising.
Dog-related infections can spread to humans and other animals through contact with feces or water, as well as through sharing food and water.
Dogs also can infect other animals, especially livestock, by biting them or shaking them.
Dogs that are not vaccinated against the bacterium, Bordetella pertussis, can infect people.
Some researchers believe that if a person is not vaccinated, their dog will carry the infection and transmit it to humans, even if they are not infected themselves.
Dr CunHA says the majority of dog cases are associated with dog owners who are under a lot of stress, such as the stress of raising a family.
He also points out that the bacterious infection that causes dog-specific coronavirus was introduced to Australia in the 1970s.
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Bordetella is usually mild to moderate in severity and most dogs will recover within a few days.
The symptoms of Bordetillosis are: fever, chills, cough, diarrhea and/or sore throat.
It usually clears up in about a week, and a full recovery is unlikely.
Dogs may need vaccinations for the next year.
It can take up to 10 weeks for the symptoms to return.
What causes Bordetllosis?
Bald patches are the most common type of infection, but there are many other bacteria and fungi.
One of the most important things to remember is that Bordetlla is not contagious to people.
“There’s no way for the dog to infect you.
If the dog is a wild animal, it’s probably already infected,” Dr Cunhas says.
How do dogs get Bordetelle?
Bordettella is a fungal infection that is spread by contact with faeces, urine, saliva, vomit, faecal matter, feces, or blood.
The bacteria can spread through many different ways, including through direct contact with animals and through eating or drinking from animals.
It is spread through the air by animals, such that it can also be transmitted by dogs.
The bacteria also can be transmitted via the skin of a person’s body, which can be a route of infection.
It is passed through saliva or faeced material.
Bodily fluids can also spread the disease.
There is no vaccine for Bordetille.
What are the signs and symptoms?
If the person who has Bordetillus is infected with Bordetillary disease, they may experience: fever (100 to 110 °C), cough, sneezing, sore throat, headache, and weight loss.
The disease can also cause vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, abdominal cramps, headache and/ or fever.
The bacteria can also lead to anorexia, vomiting, abdominal tenderness, diarrhoea and loss of appetite.
The infection is more common in women.
Other symptoms that can be seen include: a sore throat or throat that is not controlled,