2017 CAPC Parasite Forecasts Released!

2017 CAPC Parasite Forecasts Released!

Click here to view CAPC's parasite prevalence forecasts for 2017

CAPC Parasite Prevalence Maps - New Features and Functions

CAPC Parasite Prevalence Maps - New Features and Functions

CAPC Prevalence maps can now be viewed on tablets and mobile devices, contain new diseases and include Canada!

New Additions to the CAPC Guidelines

New Additions to the CAPC Guidelines

Dipylidium caninum, Echinococcus spp., Spirometra spp, and Taenia spp. have been recently added as individual guidelines. Click here to access these new expert resources.

Do Cats Get Ticks?

Do Cats Get Ticks?

A featured video from our library: Listen to veterinary parasitologist Dr. Susan Little as she ticks one of the most common misconceptions off the myth list.

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