Great question! It’s one I almost never get asked. Rather, I’m often told I must administer only half the recommended dose (one cc) because that’s what the breeder, friend, relative, or Dr. Google says veterinarians should do. Which almost invariably makes most veterinarians roll their eyes…
…because everyone knows that the drug companies perform extensive tests on Great Danes and Chihuahuas and everything in between so that it’s crystal clear who needs what and why. Right?
Well … not exactly…
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How can I protect my Dog from Leptosipirosis? Remember. . .Protection = Prevention! To help protect your dog from this potentially fatal disease, vaccination is key. Continue reading →
Your veterinarian is the best person to diagnose and treat leptospirosis because leptospirosis can look like many other diseases. Continue reading →
Can people get Leptospirosis from dogs? Yes! The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that up to 200 human cases of leptospirosis a year are identified in the United States. Continue reading →
Look for the following signs that could indicate your dog has been infected with Leptospira. Continue reading →