No. A distemper shot is a Parvo shot which prevents temper parvo and kennel cough which can be passed between cats to cats, dogs to dogs or dogs to cats
Dogs, Raccoons, Squirrels, Cats
No. Cats and dogs are usually not susceptible to the same diseases and sicknesses, one exception to this is rabies.
Cats get rabies from other animals that have rabies. Rabies IS VERY DANGEROUS!!!!
Rabies can be carried by any warm blood animal including racoons, cats, dogs, bats and 'possums.
Yes. Cats can get hydrophobia (Rabies).
Not all foxes have rabies. But they are highly susceptible to the rabies virus, and can have it even when you didn't know it did. Foxes can get rabies from other foxes, coyotes, raccoons, wolves, dogs, cats, etc.
any animal...bats...dogs...cats too. careful if they have rabies dont go near them!!
Cats usually get rabies by being bitten by an infected animal
Usually animals that get rabies are carnivores, like cats, dogs, skunks. Hamsters are carnivores, they are herbivores. If an herbivore has rabies, it is probably because it was attacked by an animal with rabies and got away. This doesn't usually happen.
No. Not all cats have rabies. In fact, in the UK rabies is practically non-existent in pets. The only way a cat can have rabies is if it has not had vaccinations and is infected with a cat that has rabies.
All warm blooded animals can carry rabies. That can include dogs, cats, bats and even people. non unless they have been infected by it dogs and bats However, rabies is extremely rare among herbivores, like rodents and bovines.
Pretty much anything can get rabies, including dogs. If something has rabies and bites another thing, it can easily get rabies.
mixamytosis is very harmful to dogs and cats it can cause them to get rabies, check out the film cujo lol it will show you what will happen if your dog gets invected with the virus lol.
All mammals can catch and carry rabies. Bats, racoons, skunks, dogs, cats and foxes are some of the main carriers of this disease.
Any mammal can transmit rabies. Bats, raccoons, dogs, cats, foxes, and coyotes have particularly high rates of transmitting it to humans.
No. Animals with rabies have short lifespans. A cat with rabies lives only a few weeks. If all cats had rabies there would be no cats. The exception is bats. Bats can live for several years with rabies. If a bat bites you, see a doctor for rabies shots.
No, but dogs may get rabies from animals like raccoons.
Rabies can infect any mammal. However, most mammals, and most bush dogs, do not have rabies.
Dogs get rabies from being bitten by another animal that is already infected.
NO! dogs can only get rabies if they fall in a hole and then hump a worm
Rabies is fairly uncommon on groundhogs but it has happened and Is definitely possible. Almost any mammal can get rabies. Animals like mice, rats, squirrels and groundhogs, are not very common to get rabies but can and does happen. Dogs, cats, foxes, cows and other mammals can all get rabies but birds fish and snakes can not.
Most of the people with rabies get rabies from rabid dogs.
Not all diseases can be shared between dogs and cats, but there are some such as rabies (through drawing blood) and ringworm that they can get. These are the most common. There are also some fungus diseases, that can easily be cured, and fluenza.