Germany - Aujeszky's disease officially confirmed in a hunting dog

On 29 Dec 2009, Aujeszky's disease was officially confirmed in a hunting dog in the district of Wittenberg. This is the 1st finding of this notifiable disease in an animal in Saxony-Anhalt since 1997. The dog had eaten offal from a hunted wild boar and fell ill with typical symptoms.
Friday 8 January 2010 (8 years 1 months 10 days ago)
On 29 Dec 2009, Aujeszky's disease was officially confirmed in a hunting dog in the district of Wittenberg. This is the 1st finding of this notifiable disease in an animal in Saxony-Anhalt since 1997. The dog had eaten offal from a hunted wild boar and fell ill with typical symptoms.

Since 1996, Saxony-Anhalt has been recognized as an AD-free country. AD-free status is not only of benefit to pig farmers but presents also a competitive advantage for associated industries in
intra-community and 3rd country trade. Maintaining the status will be evidenced by ongoing investigations of blood samples in domestic pigs and the wild boar population.

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