Reportable Diseases in Georgia

** Ancyclostomiasis, clinical disease **clinical disease only, not laboratory diagnosis, is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
** Coccidiosis, clinical disease ** clinical disease only, not laboratory diagnosis, is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
** Giardiasis, clinical disease ** clinical disease only, not laboratory diagnosis, is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility 
** Microsporidiosis/Tricophytosis ** clinical disease only, not laboratory diagnosis, is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility 
** Salmonellosis, clinical disease    S. enteritidis and Salmonellosis in Equine is reportable with laboratory diagnosis and/or clinical disease.** clinical disease only, not laboratory diagnosis, is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility.
African Horse Sickness  
African Swine Fever  
Akabane Virus Disease  
Anaplasmosis  
Anthrax A potential agent of bioterrorism. Laboratory confirmation of Anthrax is reportable in both humans and animals.
Aujeszky's Disease aka Pseudorabies  
Avian Chlamydiosis (Psittacosis) Laboratory confirmation is reportable in all birds. Clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the avian is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility. A potential agent of bioterrorism. Psittacosis is reportable in both humans and animals. 
Avian Influenza  
Avian Polyoma Virus clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the avian is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Babesiosis, in livestock any species  
Beak and Feather Disease clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the avian is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility 
Bluetongue   
Borna Disease   
Botulism Both clinical diagnosis or laboratory confirmation are reportable. Botulism is a potential agent of bioterrorism. Botulism is reportable in both humans and animals.
Bovine Leukosis   
Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy   
Bovine Viral Diarrhea  
Brucellosis, Canine clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the canine is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility. Brucellosis is a potential agent of bioterrorism. Brucellosis is reportable in both humans and animals 
Brucellosis, not Canine Laboratory confirmation is reportable in all species. A potential agent of bioterrorism. Brucellosis is reportable in both humans and animals.
Camel Pox virus  
Canine Distemper clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the canine is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Canine Parvovirus clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the canine is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Caseous Lymphadenitis  
Chronic Wasting Disease  
Classical Swine Fever also known as Hog Cholera  
Coccidioidomycosis  
Contagious Agalactia (Mycoplasma spp)  
Contagious Bovine Plueropneumonia  
Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia  
Contagious Ecthyma aka Soremouth, Orf, and Contagious Pustular Dermatitis  
Contagious Equine Metritis  
Corona Viral Enteritis clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Dourine  
Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis A potential agent of bioterrorism. Laboratory confirmation of EEE is reportable in both humans and animals.
Enterovirus Encephalomyelitis (Porcine)  
Ephemeral Fever  
Epizootic Lymphangitis  
Equine Infectious Anemia  
Equine Morbillivirus (Hendra Virus)  
Equine Piroplasmosis  
Equine Rhinopneumonitis ( Types 1 & 4)  
Equine Salmonellosis Salmonellosis in equine is reportable with laboratory diagnosis and/or clinical disease
Equine Strangles Both clinical diagnosis or laboratory confirmation of Strangles are reportable.
Equine Viral Arteritis  
Exotic Newcastle Disease aka END  
FAD Consistent Syndrome  
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the feline is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Feline Infectious Peritonitis clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the feline is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Feline Leukemia clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the feline is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Feline Panleukopenia clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the feline is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Feline Spongiform Encephalopathy  
Foot and Mouth Disease  
Generalized Demodectic Mange clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Generalized Sarcoptic Mange clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Glanders  
Heartwater  
Hemorrhagic Septicemia  
Ibaraki  
Infectious Petechial Fever  
Japanese Encephalitis Virus  
Johne's (Paratuberculosis)  
Leptospirosis clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Louping Ill  
Lumpy Skin Disease  
Lyme Disease  
Maedi- Visna aka Ovine Progressive Pneumonia  
Mange in Livestock  
Meliodosis  
Menangle Virus  
Nairobi Sheep Disease  
Nipah Virus  
Paratuberculosis aka Johne's Disease  
Perkinsosis  
Peste des Petits in Ruminants  
Plague a potential agent of bioterrorism
Pox Disease - companion animal Clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the companion animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Pseudorabies  
Pullorum Disease  
Q Fever A potential agent of bioterrorism. Laboratory confirmation is reportable in both humans and animals.
Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease  
Rabies Laboratory confirmation is reportable in both humans and animals.
Ricin Toxicosis A potential agent of bioterrorism.
Rift Valley Fever  
Rinderpest  
Salmonellosis ( S. enteritidis) Clinical disease is reportable in all animals if S. enteritidis is suspected. Clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility. Salmonellosis is a potential agent of bioterrorism. Salmonellosis is reportable in both humans and animals.
Salmonellosis in Equine Clinical disease consistent with Salmonellosis is reportable in all equine. Additionally, Salmonellosis is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility.
Scrapie  
Screwworm  
Sheep Pox and Goat Pox  
Shiga toxin Shiga toxin is reportable in both humans and animals.
Staphylococcal Enterotoxins   
Sweating Sickness   
Swine Dysentery  
Swine Vesicular Disease  
Theileriosis  
Toxoplasmosis gondi clinical diagnosis, laboratory confirmation, or clinical illness is reportable if the animal is residing in or recently purchased from a GDA licensed facility
Transmissable Mink Encephalopathy  
Transmissable Spongiform Encephalopathie Laboratory confirmation of all types of Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies are reportable.
Trichinosis  
Trichomoniasis  
Trypanosomiasis Clinical disease as well as laboratory confirmation is reportable. aka Surra in equine
Tuberculosis Laboratory confirmation of Tuberculosis is reportable in both humans and animals.
Tularemia A potential agent of bioterrorism. Laboratory confirmation of Tularemia is reportable in both humans and animals.
Ulcerative Lymphangitis  
Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis A potential agent of bioterrorism. Laboratory confirmation of VEE is reportable in both humans and animals.
Vesicular Exanthema of Swine  
Vesicular Stomatitis  
Wesselsbron Disease  
West Nile Virus A potential agent of bioterrorism. Laboratory confirmation of WNV is reportable in both humans and animals.
Western Equine Encephalomyelitis A potential agent of bioterrorism. Laboratory confirmation of WEE is reportable in both humans and animals.

 

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