serologic evidence of canine parvovirus in domestic dogs, wild carnivores, and marsupials in the argentinean chaco.the transmission of pathogens between domestic dogs and generalist wildlife species may be modified by environmental degradation, biodiversity losses, host densities, and increased contact rates in remnant forest patches. a serologic survey of canine parvovirus (cpv) in rural domestic dogs and wild mammals was conducted in two neighboring rural areas (disturbed and protected) from pampa del indio, northeastern argentina, between 2008 and 2011. a total of 174 domestic dogs and 26 wild mammals-4 c ...201425314822
serosurvey of small carnivores in the bolivian chaco.five species of bolivian carnivores, including nine geoffroy's cats (oncifelis geoffroyi), ten ocelots (leopardus pardalis), one jaguarundi (herpailurus yaguarondi), nine pampas foxes (pseudalopex gymnocercus), and five crab-eating foxes (cerdocyon thous) were sampled between march 2001 and april 2005 and tested for antibodies to common pathogens of domestic carnivores. carnivores were trapped in three areas: a village, the region between human settlements and a protected area, and within kaa-iy ...200717699100
contact rates between wild and domestic canids: no evidence of parvovirus or canine distemper virus in crab-eating foxes.evaluating the risk of disease spill-over from domestic dogs to wildlife depends on knowledge of inter-specific contact rates and/or exposure to aetiological agents in dog environments. here, contact rates of crab-eating foxes (cerdocyon thous) with sympatric domestic dog populations were measured over 25months in amazon brazil. foxes and dogs were serologically and clinically monitored for exposure to canine parvovirus (cpv-2) and canine distemper virus (cdv), pathogens known to have caused wil ...200111356314
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