Some families buy imported dogs, of expensive breeds, and raise them indoors for storage sometimes, even if this is not appropriate for the era in the presence of surveillance cameras inside homes and streets, and some buy and spend on they are part of the household expenses from luxury and the claim of urbanization, but most dangerous in the breeding of dogs at home, the lack of interest in vaccinating them against diseases, which causes infection of some family members, especially children, as well as many viruses of disease. Dog hairs can carry some germs, which lead to children – especially sinus patients – with chest allergies, which are accompanied by shortness of breath and cough. Itching of the nose and contact of children with dogs can lead to scabies, and its symptoms are severe itching and discoloration of the skin to a darker color. Also, the saliva of dogs, especially those with rabies, can infect children with Infectious diseases, in addition to exposure of children to unclean dog saliva, which can lead to weakening of the immune system and transmission of the infection to children through dogs can lead to septicemia, according to some recent medical studies. Consultant: May weaken the immune system Dr. Sherif Hetah, a consultant in public health and preventive medicine in Cairo, points out that raising dogs can threaten children with some harm, including: – Exposing children to the saliva of unclean dogs can weaken the immune system. Constant contact of children with dogs can cause skin allergies. – Transmission of the infection to children through dogs can lead to septicemia. – When dog saliva is exposed to one of the wounds to which the child is exposed, it can lead to blood diseases. Dr. Bakri: Beware of suturing the wound caused by the dog bite, Dr. Taha Bakri, Professor of Internal Medicine and Chest at the Faculty of Medicine, Al-Azhar University, warned against suturing the wound resulting from the dog bite, pointing to the importance of washing it with soap and water, and then heading to the hospital closer, to get the right serum, before the situation worsens, and he said children who are bitten by a rabid dog can lead to muscle spasms, respiratory disorders. muscles, as well as blurred vision, can even reach death, stressing the need to get the right serum before 20 days of infection, to avoid complications. 6 groups at higher risk of canine disease 1- Persons with HIV or AIDS 2- Pregnant women 3- Cancer patients treated with chemotherapy or radiotherapy 4- Elderly 5- Persons with chronic diseases or congenital immunodeficiency 6- Persons who have recently undergone organ or bone marrow transplantation, and we always find in the teachings of the greatest Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, usefulness, prevention and protection for us, for he is merciful to us (for believers is merciful and compassionate There are many things in dogs and this is the latest thing that science has achieved.Dogs are a major repository of diseases and their spread.Therefore, raising dogs at home contributes a lot to the transmission of many viral and bacterial diseases in humans, as it can transmit the disease to humans through contaminated saliva, air, urine or feces or direct contact with the dog. dime have shown that there are many diseases caused by breeding dogs at home.We will list the most famous and most prevalent.These diseases are divided into viral diseases and bacterial diseases.Viral diseases like rabies and norovirus and bacterial diseases like Pasteurella, Salmonella, Brucella, Yersinia coli, Campylobacter. 1. Chagas disease Dogs are usually more susceptible to this disease, Chagas rabies transmitted by dogs can be acute or chronic and often leads to inflammation and fibrosis of the heart, resulting in irregular heartbeats, weakness of the heart muscle and sudden death. 2. Campylobacter is easily transmitted from the feces of infected dogs to their human owners. The main cause of bacterial gastroenteritis, it causes stomach pain, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, as well as fever in humans. 3. Salmonella disease Salmonella bacteria are found in the intestines and feces of dogs, which cause food poisoning. 4. Pasteurellosis: This disease is transmitted through dog bites and the dog does not need to get sick to infect humans, as it carries bacteria without showing any symptoms at all. If left untreated it can quickly develop into a serious infection, with additional complications like abscesses and arthritis up to respiratory infections. 5. Botulism of dog bites The bacteria that cause this disease are found in the saliva of healthy dogs. Serious diseases such as septicemia have been reported 6. Leptospirosis (or Weil’s disease) Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that can be fatal to dogs and can be transmitted to human owners. Humans can transmit it through contact with the urine of an infected animal, especially through an open wound. Symptoms of mild illness are: headache, muscle aches and fever, while severe symptoms include: bleeding from the lungs and meningitis. 7. Giardiasis and Cryptosporosis are both intestinal diseases caused by parasites transmitted by pets. Diarrhea and stomach pain are the most common symptoms of these infections. 8. Toxocariasis (dog worm) Toxacara parasitic worm “dog worm” most commonly found in dog intestines, Toxacara produces a large number of eggs that pass through the animal’s body and end up in its feces. the liver or lungs can become infected, or the eyes or brain can become infected and cause severe symptoms – such as impaired vision and in some cases blindness. 9. Bellworm is a skin disease that is not caused by a worm but by a fungus found on the ground and in the skin of infected people and dogs. Children tend to be more susceptible to ringworm and can be easily transmitted by touch. 10. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever This disease is caused by bacteria known as rickettsiae and is transmitted by ticks that your dog can carry. Symptoms generally begin with fever and may include a rash (usually near the arms and joints), bowel discomfort, diarrhea, and joint pain. Serious diseases resulting from dog breeding A recent study: breeding dogs after the spread of breast cancer A recent study by scientists from the University of Munich confirmed that raising dogs at home increases the risk of breast cancer. The study found that 80 percent of women who had breast cancer had kept dogs in their homes and were in constant contact with them. While they found that people who keep cats did not develop this type of cancer, because of the great similarity between breast cancer in dogs and humans. They found a virus that infects humans and dogs together and can be transmitted from dogs to humans. This virus has a key role in the aforementioned cancer. And they found that women in western countries were more likely to be affected by breast cancer than women in eastern countries, and when they sought the essential difference between these two categories, they found that women in the West raised a pet dog in their own homes. , while in the East you rarely find a woman holding a dog! In another study, scientists found that dogs carry the viruses responsible for breast cancer called MMTV, and during contact and treatment with the dog, these viruses are easily transmitted to humans.