New edition of vector-borne diseases guideline – January 2023
A new edition of ESCCAP's vector-borne diseases guideline has been published. The new 4th edition has been extensively revised and now contains a glossary and information about cytauxzoonosis. Alterations have also been made to tables, life cycles, diagnostic methods, treatment options and endemic regions.
Friday 24th February 2023
Deworming schemes available in Ukrainian
ESCCAP Ukraine has produced the two fact sheets containing schemes for the individual deworming of dogs and cats. The schemes are taken from guideline 01: “Worm Control in Dogs and Cats”.
Both schemes contain decision-making flow charts designed to be used for quick reference when deciding on treatment strategies...
Thursday 9th February 2023
Season's greetings from ESCCAP
Merry Christmas and best wishes for a prosperous New Year from everyone at ESCCAP
Monday 19th December 2022
New Giardia life cycle
A new life cycle has been developed for Giardia duodenalis bringing the total number of ESCCAP life cycles to 34. Head to the GL6 life cycles.
Friday 18th November 2022
New Guideline: Parasitological Diagnosis in Cats, Dogs and Equines
ESCCAP (European Scientific Counsel Companion Animal Parasites) is delighted to announce the completion of its diagnostics guideline: Parasitological Diagnosis in Cats, Dogs and Equines.
This guideline is intended for use by veterinary professionals who carry out routine diagnostic procedures in their practice for the detection of parasitic...
Friday 11th November 2022
MG5 now available in French
ESCCAP's new modular guide series 5, Control of Vector-Borne Diseases in Dogs and Cats is now available in French. Click here to download.
Wednesday 9th November 2022