Wildlife Network

News/Disease Alerts

8Feb

Ontario Rabies Update for February 6 - 2 New Cases

2 new cases of raccoon rabies in one skunk (Hamilton) and one raccoon (Haldimand) this week.

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5Feb

Ontario Rabies Update for January 30 - 1 New Case

1 new case of raccoon rabies in one raccoon (Hamilton) this week.

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4Feb

Top Animal Health Links (Jan 28 - Feb 3)

We look at animal disease news and continuing education pieces from the past week, with articles on bovine, companion animals, small ruminants, swine, and wildlife.

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Please see our latest Wildlife quarterly reports below, as well as supporting resources.

Please note that the veterinary reports, laboratory data, and clinical impressions summaries are meant only for veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians and are not to be shared publicly

Disease Resources

CWHC Ontario/Nunavut Dead Bird West Nile Virus Testing Summary for 2018

A summary of the presence of West Nile Virus in dead birds (from Ontario and Nunavut) that were submitted to the CWHC in 2018.

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Animal Health Resources

Staying Ahead of the Curve Magazine: The Disease Surveillance Plan 2013-2018

Detailing what the DSP and OAHN completed from 2013-2018, including summaries by network, research projects, equipment purchased, tests developed, and much more.

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Grad Student Feature: Mark Reist and the Wildlife Health Tracker

OVC masters student Mark Reist discussed the Wildlife Health Tracker project he has been working on along side Dr. Claire Jardine, from the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative.

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Wildlife Health Surveillance - Infographic

This infographic provides information pertaining to the role of wildlife surveillance, and why it is important. Visit the CWHC Wildlife Health Tracker.

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Industry Resources

Staying Ahead of the Curve Magazine: The Disease Surveillance Plan 2013-2018

Detailing what the DSP and OAHN completed from 2013-2018, including summaries by network, research projects, equipment purchased, tests developed, and much more.

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