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Coccidiosis

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Coccidiosis

Coccidiosis is an intestinal condition caused by a single-celled parasite. Dogs and cats swallow cysts containing the parasite from contaminated environments, usually during grooming. Cocciodiosis can be treated with an oral medication for 5-10 days.

What is coccidiosis?

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How did my cat get coccidiosis?

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What are the signs of coccidiosis?

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