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Staphylococcus pseudintermedius Staphylococcus pseudintermedius is a coccus bacteria of the genus "Staphylococcus". Its type strain is LMG 22219 (=ON 86=CCUG 49543) It is a potential pathogen for domestic animals.
Staphylococcus "S. pseudintermedius" inhabits and sometimes infects the skin of domestic dogs and cats. This organism, too, can carry the genetic material that imparts multiple bacterial resistance. It is rarely implicated in infections in humans, as a zoonosis.
Staphylococcus Six species are currently recognised as being coagulase-positive: "S. aureus", "S. delphini", "S. hyicus", "S. intermedius", "S. lutrae","S. pseudintermedius", and "S. schleiferi" subsp. "coagulans". These species belong to two separate groups – the "S. aureus" ("S. aureus" alone) group and the "S. hyicus-intermedius" group (the remaining five). "S. aureus" can also be found as being coagulase-negative.
Dog skin disorders Canine atopy is a hereditary and chronic allergic skin disease. It usually starts between 6 months and 3 years of age with some breeds of dog such as the Golden Retriever starting at an earlier age. Dogs with AD are itchy, especially around the eyes, muzzle, ears and feet. In severe cases the irritation is generalised. In cases where the allergens are seasonal the clinical signs of irritation are similarly seasonal, but many dogs with house dust mite allergy have perennial disease. Some of the allergens associated with canine AD include pollens of trees, grasses and weeds, as well as molds and House dust mite. Ear and skin infections with the bacteria "Staphylococcus pseudintermedius" and the yeast "Malassezia pachydermatis" are common secondary to canine AD. Flea allergy is commonly associated with AD. AD is a lifelong condition in most dogs.