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.
(See Reporting Results for data reports.)
Reporting Time Frames and Disease Factsheets
Immediately, Day or Night
Within One Day
Within One Week
* The Oregon Health Authority and the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory may request isolates for further identification.