Isospora canis | definition of Isospora canis by Medical dictionary
a species of worldwide distribution that is mildly pathogenic in dogs and is not infective in cats.
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Coccidia can infect all mammals, some birds, some fish, some reptiles, and some amphibians--but the four species of Isospora coccidia that are known to infect dogs (Isospora canis
), infections in dogs: clinical signs, pathogenesis, and reproducible clinical disease in beagle dogs fed oocysts.