Participated with two announcements
Α) Impact of the administration of oclacitinib and sarolaner on quality of life of pruritic dogs with Flea Infestation Dermatitis and their owners.
G.V. VALIAKOS*, E.T. TSIPIANITIS†, A.T. TRACHILI†, Z.M. MARINOS†
*Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Thessaly Karditsa, Greece
†Asclepius One Health Platform, Athens, Greece
This study showed that in a relatively common pruritic flea infestation dermatitis, quality of life of the dog and the owner are impacted negatively and treatment to control itch and eliminate fleas improves the quality of life of the dog and the owner.
Β) In a real-time surveillance system in medicalized dogs and cats in Greece, pruritus remains
the most common clinical sign presented in ectoparasite infestations
G.V. VALIAKOS*, ET. TSIPIANITIS†, AT. TRACHILI†, EL. LIVADIOTIS‡, ZM. MARINOS‡
*Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Thessaly Karditsa, Greece,
Asclepius One Health Platform, Athens, Greece,
Department of Geography, University of the Aegean, Mytilene, Greece
This study showed that even with preventatives readily accessible in medicalized dogs and cats,
ectoparasites and pruritus remains a common clinical presentation in veterinary practice in Greece.