Sophia Di Cataldo

Sophia Di Cataldo

Feb 23, 2023

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    About This Project

    Dogs can interact with foxes and even share their ticks and pathogens. These agents can generate health risks for wildlife, so it is necessary to determine whether this transmission is indeed occurring between domestic and wild canids in Argentina, and what are the risk factors involved. This is why we will sample both foxes and dogs, analyze their ticks and blood, and attempt to determine if the same pathogens are present in both canids.

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