Guideline 5 now available in Hungarian

ESCCAP's vector-borne diseases guideline is now available in Hungarian. To download the guide, please go to the guidelines page.
Tuesday 2nd March 2021

WSAVA FECAVA Virtual Congress 2021 – ESCCAP Live Parasitology Programme

Due to the challenges of COVID-19, the WSAVA/FECAVA EuroCongress will now take place virtually. Our LIVE lecture stream will take place on Monday 22 March 2021 and topics will include vector-borne nematodes, Angiostrongylus vasorum, feline lungworms, European tick-borne disease and exotic parasites in imported pets.
Wednesday 24th February 2021

New edition of MG1 available in Polish

The Polish translation of ESCCAP's modular guide 1: Odrobaczanie psów i kotówhas been updated.  Changes to the second edition include improved life cycles for Toxocara canisToxocara catiEchinococcus granulosus and Echinococcus multilocularis<
Friday 19th February 2021

New editions of modular guides 1 and 3 available in French

The French translations of ESCCAP's modular guide 1: Lutte contre les helminthes du chien et du chat and modular guide 3: Lutte contre les arthropodes parasitesdu chien et du chathave both been updated.  Changes to MG1 include improved life cycles for Toxocara canis, Toxocara cati, Echinococcus granulosus and Echinococcus multilocularis<
Friday 19th February 2021

CPD article

A CPD article written by Paul Overgaauw, ESCCAP Chairman, has been published in the Companion Animal Journal (COAN).  The article, entitled “Parasite risks from raw meat-based diets for companion animals...
Friday 29th January 2021

Updated life cycles

The life cycle pages on the ESCCAP website have been updated. The pages, featuring the most up-to-date life cycles from all of ESCCAP's guidelines can be accessed from the guidelines drop-down menu or by going to www.esccap.org/life-cycles/ where individual stand-alone life cycles can be downloaded or viewed.
Monday 11th January 2021