For the third time in the past six months, Wyoming state health officials reported a plague case in a cat. The most recently confirmed case was in a Johnson County cat.  No human cases have been identified. The...

The Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs reported today (computer translated) on a large African swine fever (ASF) outbreak on a Suihua City farm in Mingshui County in Heilongjiang Province. The...

By: Andrea M. Bagley RN, BSN, CEN Although rare, zoonotic diseases such as Methicillin –resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) have been shown to be transmitted from humans to horses and horses to humans...

A black bear found dead in Hyde County has tested positive for rabies — the first known case of a rabies positive black bear in the state, according to the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. Johnny...

In a follow-up on the initial outbreak report of Classical Swine Fever (CSF) in Japan in September, the first in 26 years, the Ministry of Agriculture reports (computer translated) reports a sixth farm...

Three quarantines for Strangles have been reported in different counties in Florida after horses tested positive for the bacterial infection. According to the Florida Department of Agriculture and...

The Chinese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs reported today (computer translated) the first African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak in Guangdong Province in southern China. The outbreak was reported...

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection reported this week that 11 additional animals from a deer farm in Washington County tested positive for chronic wasting disease...

A suspected anthrax outbreak in one of Zimbabwe’s famous parks has resulted in the death of some 100 impala, according to a news24 report. Zimbabwe state wildlife authority spokesperson Tinashe...

The Oregon Zoo announced last week the death of a ix-year-old Asian elephant named Lily. The elephant succumbed to a sudden onset of endotheliotropic herpesvirus (EEHV), a rapidly progressing and often...