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Econiche(TM) Vaccine Efficacy Summarized in July Issue of Foodborne Pathogens and Disease

...mage. In addition to being infected by contaminated food or water, individuals can become infected from E. coli O157:H7 by visiting animal exhibits. petting zoos, fairs, and agricultural exhibits provide many possible routes of transmission for E. coli. Direct animal contact is the obvious route, but conta...

Famed Hollywood Dog Trainer and Lassie Descendant Unleash National Dog Bite Prevention Week, May 14

...'s tethered or confined. While letter carriers are discouraged from petting animals, people who choose to pet dogs should always let a dog see and sniff them before petting the animal. If you believe a dog is about to attack you, try to pla...

National Dog Bite Prevention Week - Prevention is the Best Cure for Dog Bites

...e less likely to bite. Never leave a baby or small child alone with a dog. Teach your child to ask a dog owner for permission before petting any dog. Let a strange dog sniff you or your child before touching it, and pet it gently, avoiding the face and tail. Never bother a ...

Econiche(TM) Vaccine Shows 92% Reduction in Colonization of E. coli O157 in Vaccinated Cattle

...mage. In addition to being infected by contaminated food or water, individuals can become infected from E. coli O157:H7 by visiting animal exhibits. petting zoos, fairs, and agricultural exhibits provide many possible routes of transmission for E. coli. Direct animal contact is the obvious route, but conta...

In the World of Germs, Man Bites Dog

...Veterinary Research . However, the study did find an association between antibiotic-resistant E. coli and owners who didn't wash their hands after petting their dogs or before cooking meals. "We should use common sense and practice good general hygiene," Stenske advised. She said the finding that c...

Veterinarians Stress Importance of Handwashing

...nment into the home on their fur, paws, or in their mouths. Some animals, like turtles, iguanas, snakes, and lizards, often carry Salmonella bacteria. petting zoos, farms, county fairs, and other sites that allow human contact with farm animals pose a risk for the spread of E. Coli, among other diseases. Sim...

World's First Cattle Vaccine to Reduce E. coli O157 Threat Receives Full Licensing Approval in Canada

...blic to be infected by the bacteria is through contact with farm animals at petting zoos and agricultural exhibitions. Vaccinating these animals with Econiche ...duals can become infected from E. coli O157:H7 by visiting animal exhibits. petting zoos, fairs, and agricultural exhibits provide many possible routes of tran...

Respiratory illnesses and dog bites a concern for travelers to China for 2008 Olympics

...l bites were reported in Beijing. Nearly 3,300 people died from rabies in China in 2006. "Olympic travelers need to be aware of this risk and avoid petting stray animals while in China," Kozarsky explains. "If they are bitten, they need to seek medical treatment immediately." Kozarsky says planning and...

Pet Doors Opening at Assisted Living Centers

...ng around with his hands hanging down," Shook said. "He goes over and puts his head under his hand. In 15 minutes' time, that man is down on one knee, petting Asher and talking to him." "The staff jumped in and redirected the man from the dog to them," Shook said, adding that the man was soon eating regul...

Bioniche Presents E. coli O157:H7 Vaccine Data to World Buiatrics Congress in Budapest, Hungary

...mage. In addition to being infected by contaminated food or water, individuals can become infected from E. coli O157:H7 by visiting animal exhibits. petting zoos, fairs, and agricultural exhibits provide many possible routes of transmission for E. coli. Direct animal contact is the obvious route, but conta...
Petting in Biological News

Common practices at petting zoos put visitors at risk

While petting zoos pose a risk for gastrointestinal illness, most visitors aren't aware that simple prevention measures could prevent infection. In addition, some engage in behaviors that might increase their risk of infection according to several studies being presented this week at the Internatio...

Dog owners more likely to share germs with pets by not washing hands than by sleeping with dog

... coli . However, Stenske said the research did show an association between antibiotic-resistant E. coli and owners who didn't wash their hands after petting their dogs or before cooking meals. "We should use common sense and practice good general hygiene," she said. Stenske said future research might...
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