Deadly drug-resistant fungus discovered in canines
It has spread around the world, resulting in recurring infections with catastrophic outbreaks in hospitals.
It's possible that C. auris could spread through these dogs to humans and other animals.
Some of the disease's strains in dogs matched those in people, according to DNA examination of the pathogen.
The spread is restrained since the fungus only lives in dogs' ear canals and not on their exposed skin.
We need to be vigilant in the surveillance of dogs
domesticated pets and wild animals in areas where C exists
When humans become ill, they can pollute their surroundings by shedding skin scales.
The path of transmission among animals or from animals to people is much less apparent, and more research is needed.
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