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Distemper is a severe and contagious viral disease that often attacks vulnerable, unvaccinated cats and dogs.  The pathogen that infects dogs is slightly different than the pathogen that infects cats, so the virus is regarded as two different diseases.  Navigate through this site to learn about the major differences between the cat and dog forms of the disease, as well as how to spot Distemper in your pet, different treatment methods, and how to prevent the virus.

DISTEMPER IN DOGS

Canine Distemper is a severe viral disease that attacks the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and nervous system in dogs.

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DOG TREATMENT AND PREVENTION

Learn about the different treatment and prevention options for Canine Distemper.

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DISTEMPER IN CATS

Feline Distemper (Panleukopenia) is a highly contagious disease that affects the cells in the intestines, bone marrow, and skin.

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CAT TREATMENT AND PREVENTION

Discover the different treatment and prevention options in order to protect your pet from the Distemper virus. Click here to learn how.

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