Canine Lyme disease

Prevention

Canine Lyme disease is largely preventable through a comprehensive tick-borne disease prevention program, including vaccination. Vaccination, as a preventive tool, is highly recommended in endemic Lyme disease areas. Talk to your veterinarian about vaccinating with a Lyme vaccine.

In expansion and isolated areas, where exposure to Lyme disease is dependant on lifestyle, ask your veterinarian about your dog's risk factors. Where there is higher exposure, a full tick prevention program, including vaccination may be recommended.

Lyme disease
has been
found in all 10
Canadian
provinces
The threat of Lyme disease is probably greater in dogs than in humans
Dogs will often show no signs of Lyme disease
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