The datasets supporting the conclusions of this article are included within the article. Companion vector-borne diseases CVBDs are an important threat for pet life, but may also have an impact on human health, due to their often zoonotic character. The importance and awareness of CVBDs continuously increased during the last years. However, information on their occurrence is often limited in several parts of the world, which are often especially affected.

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