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Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease cause by a bacteria that is spread through the urine of infected wild and domestic animals. It survives outside in environments that are moist, warm alkaline environments especially standing water.  Under certain conditions it can stay viable for months. The reservoir hosts, which means the animals most likely to shed the bacteria in […]

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We’ve all been there. Your dog jumps up to lick your face or your cat crawls into your lap and starts to nuzzle against your face and then it hits you – the bad breath. You lift their lips to take a look at their teeth and find they are covered in calculus. What can […]

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