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The Acute and Communicable Disease Prevention Program gathers information that is voluntarily provided by veterinarians to track diseases that are transported by animals.

This includes FELV and FIV, parovirus, various worms (heartworm, roundworm) and distemper, as well as zoonotic diseases that are transmitted between animals and humans such as rabies, giardia, cryptococcus, ringworm, leptospirosis and campylobacteriosis.

Disease Reporting

NEW REPORT: Zoonotic Disease Reporting, Oregon, 2010-2014 (pdf).
The Oregon Health Authority has consistently collected veterinary zoonotic disease data in Oregon since 2011. With only three years of data we can see upward trends in some diseases. Read more...(pdf)

 

 

2005-2012Report: Diseases of Veterinary Importance

 

  

Diseases of Veterinary Importance

Report: Diseases of Veterinary Importance

Diseases of Zoonotic Importance

Veterinary Laboratory Reporting Poster 2010

Veterinary Laboratory Zoonotic Disease Reporting