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www.hellowdog.com/can-dogs-get-hiv

Can Your Dog Get HIV? The definitive answer to this question is a capital NO! The HIV is an acronym for Human Immunodeficiency Virus and not Dog Immunodeficiency Virus or Animal Immunodeficiency Virus, which should tell the sharp-eyed observer that the virus only attacks humans. The HIV is a fragile organism that is passed from one human to another via body fluids

www.msdvetmanual.com/dog-owners/immune-disorders-of-dogs/...

These types of diseases can be caused by a number of viruses in animals. In dogs, distemper virus kills lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell. The infection is associated with a progressive decline in levels of antibodies and an increased susceptibility to bacterial infections that are normally controlled by the immune system.

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Is there a Canine Immunodeficiency Virus? I know cats have FIV but I never hear of dogs getting any kind of Immunodeficiency Virus. Is there one? Just wondering...because I'm weird and ponder these things.

www.merckvetmanual.com/.../immune-deficiency-diseases-in-dogs

Learn about the veterinary topic of Immune-deficiency Diseases in Dogs. Find specific details on this topic and related topics from the Merck Vet Manual. ... In dogs, distemper virus kills lymphocytes, a type of white blood cell. The infection is associated with a progressive decline in levels of antibodies and an increased susceptibility to ...

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The FIV virus has been used as a model for studying the human infection and this research has been published. One example was the recent "Lessons from the cat: feline immunodeficiency virus as a tool to develop intervention strategies against human immunodeficiency virus type 1", by Elder et. al, AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses, June 1998.

wagwalking.com/condition/immune-deficiency-diseases

Immune-deficiency diseases in dogs are a result of decreased immunity, either in the immunoglobulin or the phagocytes, of the affected dogs. It can be a primary disease, or occur due to an underlying health condition. - Wag!

www.royalcanin.com/us/cats/kitten/cat-immunodeficiency-virus

Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is the cat equivalent of HIV. Approximately 1-5% of cats are infected. Once a cat is infected with FIV they remain so persistently for the rest of their life.

www.petmd.com/.../c_ct_feline_immunodeficiency_virus_infection

The feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) infection is a complex retrovirus that causes immunodeficiency disease in domestic cats. Immunodeficiency is the medical term used to describe the body’s inability to develop a normal immune response. As a result of immunodeficiency, most infected cats do ...

www.vet.cornell.edu/.../feline-immunodeficiency-virus

Although FIV is similar to HIV (the human immunodeficiency virus) and causes a feline disease that is similar to AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) in humans, it is a highly species-specific virus that infects only felines. There is currently no evidence that FIV can infect or cause disease in humans. Updated January 2017

www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/circovirus-dog-virus-fatal

This was the first time circovirus, a virus normally found only in pigs, had been shown to affect dogs. Not A Novel Occurrence. Vets and experts are calling canine circovirus a novel virus, but the likely cause of this virus jumping species from pigs to dogs isn’t that novel at all.