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MyPetNeedsThat.com: Lyme Disease in Dogs
This article stresses the ways that Lyme disease is largely preventable. It is an easy-to-read article on how you can keep your pets safe by following a few recommendations such as keeping your pets out of areas where ticks live, keeping up with your monthly preventative treatments, and what pet owners should do if they do find a tick on their pet to reduce the chances that Lyme disease will be transmitted.
The American Kennel Club tracks the lineage of different breeds of dogs. As an organization, they are also vested in the well-being of dogs of all breeds and dogs who are of a mixed lineage. They have compiled information about Lyme disease in dogs, including where the disease originated from, where the ticks carrying the disease are often found, and the common and severe effects of the illness.
The AVMA is the collective voice of the veterinary profession with more than 91,000 members. They strive to protect the health and well-being of all animals. This article on Lyme disease focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the condition. It also informs the reader about their partnership with the American Academy of Pediatrics when it comes to advising parents and pet-parents alike.
The VCA is the name of a veterinary medicine company that operates over 750 animal hospitals in North America. The article they have written discusses the clinical signs of Lyme disease in both humans and dogs, the types of testing that are performed when the disease is suspected, and how Lyme disease can be both prevented and treated. The article also brings up the Lyme disease vaccine as one possibility to prevent the illness.