Study finds Nova Scotia has highest rate of leptospirosis in dogs

Study finds Nova Scotia has highest rate of leptospirosis in dogs

A new study says Nova Scotia tops the country for the highest percentage of dogs that test positive for a potentially deadly disease. Leptospirosis, also called lepto, is a bacterial infection in dogs that kills more than 25 per cent of infected animals.

Go to full article: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/nova-scotia-leptospirosis-dogs-canada-study-1.6507980

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