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Wildlife health

Language
English
Nature
optional B
Method of evaluation
semi-final examination
Year in the curriculum
5
Semester in the curriculum
2
Credits
3
Lectures
22
Allow for
  • Vet EN

Course description

Prerequisite: Pathology I., Veterinary Pathophysiology

Responsible teacher: Dr. János Gál

In the frame of the course the students will be informed about the  medication of the most frequently kept wild and zoo animal species . During the lessons the subject contains the infectious and non-infectious common diseases and symptoms, including the possibilities of  prevention and the diagnostic and therapeutic methods.

Lectures theme

 

Topics

1

The importance of wildlife health in wildlife management. Connection between the wildlife population and the pathogens

2

Monitoring animal health in wildlife health

3

Special veterinary care in hunting dogs

4

Infectious and non infectious pathogens in foxes and other species

5

Animal health issues of hatching eggs of wild birds

6

Infectious and non infectious diseases of pheasants. Hygiene and pheasant rearing.

7

Infectious and non infectious diseases of ducks. Hygiene and pheasant rearing.

8

Infectious and non infectious diseases in European hare

9

Animal health issues of wild boar gardens and indoor keeping of wild boars.

10

Infectious and non infectious diseases in wild boars

11

Infectious and non infectious diseases in red deer and fallow deer

12

Infectious and non infectious diseases in roe deer

13

Infectious and non infectious diseases in mouflon

14

Diseases occurring during trapping wildlife and their treatment. Medications used during trapping.

15

An experts job in wild animal health.

Exam information

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