Republic of the Philippines

Department of Health

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

    

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Administrative Order No. 17

Series of 2004

 

 

SUBJECT  :    AMENDMENT TO DA-BAI AO NO. 12 S. 1992 ON THE CLASSIFICATION OF ANIMAL DISEASES

             In order to provide the basis for monitoring, prevention, control and eradication of animal diseases and in the regulation of animals, animal products and by-products, animal feeds, veterinary drugs and products, the following classification of diseases affecting animals is hereby amended:

A. FIRST PRIORITY DISEASES – are communicable diseases which have the potential for very serious and rapid spread; are of serious socio-economic and/or public health importance, are of major importance in the international trade of animals, animal products and by-products, animal feeds, veterinary drugs and products and; are presently the priority of the government for prevention, control and eradication programs. 

Foot and mouth disease (O1, A24,C3)

Hemmorhagic septicemia

Hog cholera

Newcastle disease

Rabies

Anthrax

Aujeszky’s disease (Pseudorabies)

Infectious Bursal Disease (Gumboro disease) 

B. SECOND PRIORITY DISEASES - are communicable diseases which are considered to be of socio-economic and/or public health importance and which are significant in the international trade of animals, animal products and by-products, animal feeds, veterinary drugs and products.

 

Blackleg

Bovine anaplasmosis

Bovine babesiosis

Bovine tuberculosis

Brucellosis

Fasciolosis

Leptospirosis

Pullorum disease

Surra (Trypanosomiasis)

 

           C. EMERGING DISEASES – are communicable diseases which have been recently detected to be present in the country but still confined in limited areas or farms.

Caprine arthritis/encephalitis

Equine Influenza

Japanese encephalitis

Mucosal disease/Bovine virus diarrhea

Porcine dermatitis nephritis syndrome

Porcine multisystemic wasting syndrome

Swine influenza

Transmissible gastroenteritis

D. DISEASES OF FARM CONCERN – are diseases which commonly affect farm animals and their prevention and control are of primary concern of the farm.

1. Hogs

Actinobacillus pleuropneumonia

Atrophic rhinitis

Glasser’s disease

Porcine parvovirus

Porcine reproductive & respiratory syndrome

Swine erysipelas

Swine enzootic pneumonia

Swine plague

2. Poultry

Avian encephalomyelitis/encephalitis

Avian infectious bronchitis

Avian infectious laryngotracheitis

Avian leucosis

Avian malaria (Leukocytozoonosis)

Bacillary white diarrhea

Chlamydiosis

Coccidiosis

Egg drop syndrome

Fowl cholera (Avian pasteurellosis)

Fowl pox

Infectious chicken anemia

Infectious coryza

Malabsorption syndrome

Marek’s disease

Viral arthritis (Tenosynovitis)

 

3. Sheep/Goat

Orf

Parasitic gastroenteritis

 

4. Multispecies

Colibacillosis

Ephemeral fever

Keratoconjunctivitis (Pink eye disease)

Mycoplasmosis

Mycotoxicosis

Salmonellosis

Screwworm (Myiasis)

 

          E. DISEASES OF COMPANION ANIMALS – are diseases of horses, dogs, cats, and exotic pets which are present in the country.

Canine babesiosis (Babesia canis)

Canine coronavirus enteritis

Canine distemper

Canine herpes

Canine infectious hepatitis

Canine parainfluenza

Canine parvovirus enteritis

Erlichiosis

Equine infectious anemia

Feline

Herpes

Feline panleukopenia

Glanders

Psittacosis/Ornithosis

Strangles

 

          F. EXOTIC DISEASES – are diseases of animals which are no longer present in the country based on the classification of OIE listings of diseases, A and B.

African swine fever

Avian influenza

Bluetongue

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia

Dermatophilosis

Duck virus enteritis

Duck virus hepatitis

Enterovirus encephalomyelitis (Teschen disease)

Enzootic abortion of ewes

Enzootic bovine leucosis

Equine viral enteritis

Foot and mouth disease (Asia 1, SAT1, SAT2, SAT3)

Heartwater

Horse pox

Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis

Johne’s disease (Paratuberculosis)

Lumpy skin disease

Maedi-visna

Nairobi sheep disease

Nipah virus

Peste des petits ruminants

Pulmonary adenomatosis

Q fever

Rinderpest

Scrapie

Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis

Vesicular exanthema

Vesicular stomatitis

 

Done in Quezon City, this 13th day of August in the year two thousand and four.

 

This Order shall take effect immediately.

 

(Sgd.) ARTHUR C. YAP

       Officer-in-Charge

  Office of the Secretary

 

 

 

Recommending Approval

   

(Sgd.) JOSE Q. MOLINA

           Director IV

 

 

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