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Tick Population Growth Increases Tick-Borne Disease Risk in 2013
Date:7/30/2013

t owners should visit LymeInfo.com, an enhanced website featuring up-to-date information on canine Lyme disease, clinical symptoms, disease transmission, risk factors, tick-specific data and how pet owners can prevent the spread of disease. LymeInfo.com also provides education on Lyme disease prevention, including vaccines and tick control.

"With an increasing number of ticks across the U.S., the very best approach for every dog is prevention. Since there is an effective vaccine for Lyme disease, it is advisable to prevent this disease rather than to rely on treating infected animals," said Carrie White, DVM, DACVIM, Internist at VCA Family Animal Hospital in Pearl City, Hawaii. "Disease prevention can save pets and their owners a great degree of financial and emotional distress."

Make Lyme-disease prevention a priority for your dog, and visit LymeInfo.com for more information on Lyme disease in your area.

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2 Steven Levy, VMD. Use of a C6 ELISA Test to Evaluate the Efficacy of a Whole-Cell Bacterin for the Prevention of Naturally Transmitted Canine Borrelia Burgdorferi Infection. Veterinary Therapeutics, Volume 3. No. 4, Winter 2002.

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