The European Scientific Counsel for Companion Animal Parasites (ESCCAP) has published two new modular guides, developed to support its expert guidance for vets and pet owners.

modular guides
The new modular guides.

The new user-friendly guides are based on the existing ESCCAP guidelines, but are concise, quick reference cards designed to be either viewed online or printed out on to card stock.

Quick reference

The new guides are:

  • Modular Guide Series 1: Worm Control in Dogs and Cats
  • Modular Guide Series 3: Control of Ectoparasites in Dogs and Cats

The new user-friendly guides are based on the existing ESCCAP guidelines, but are concise, quick reference cards designed to be either viewed online or printed out on to card stock.

Each topic is presented as a double-sided A5 card illustrated with photographs and life cycles.

The PDF files are available to download in English from the main ESCCAP website at www.esccap.org

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