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 Can dogs get pinkeye from humans?

Answer Pink eye (conjunctivitis) will not usually be transmitted between dogs and humans. The disease can be caused by bacterial infection, irritation, or a foreign object in the animal's eye. Of these, o... Read More »
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Scabies in Dogs & Humans?

Scabies affects many different species of animals, dogs and humans included. The disease is also known as sarcoptic mange (dogs) and human mange (humans). Human scabies mites are very small, though... Read More »
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Heartworms in Humans & Dogs?

Heartworm is a type of parasite that primarily affects dogs, but that can also harm cats and other animals as well as people. Despite the fact that they are preventable, many dogs still get heartwo... Read More »
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Mites in Dogs & Humans?

Mites exist naturally on both dogs and humans. Although usually not a threat, these microscopic creatures can become a problem for their hosts if they become too numerous. Mange is among the proble... Read More »
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Can humans get lice from dogs?

On One Hand: Lice are Species-SpecificAlthough dogs can get lice, they are not the same kind that humans get, or even the same kind that other animals, such as cats, get, according to Dog Breed Inf... Read More »
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