Another common zoonotic disease is Milkers' Nodules, which frequently results in pustules on the hands and fingers after being infected. Ringworm is a common zoonotic disease that causes
pustular nodules with hair loss in
exposed areas of the body head or arms.
Zoonotic diseases are caused by bacteria, viruses, chlamydia, fungi and parasites. Animal sources for zoonosis include cattle, sheep, horses, pigs, chickens, turkeys, dogs, cats, rodents and some wild animals.