Positive tests for tick-borne illness in N.S. dogs up sharply, says vet

Positive tests for tick-borne illness in N.S. dogs up sharply, says vet

The number of dogs testing positive for tick-borne illnesses in Nova Scotia has nearly doubled this year, says a Bedford veterinarian. Jeff Goodall, the owner and a veterinarian at Sunnyview Animal Care, said the problems go beyond Lyme disease. Anaplasmosis is also a concern.

Go to full article: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/dogs-tick-borne-illness-nova-scotia-1.6810506#:~:text=6-,The%20number%20of%20dogs%20testing%20positive%20for%20tick%2Dborne%20illnesses,Anaplasmosis%20is%20also%20a%20concern.

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