Canine Lyme disease

References

  1. Public Health Agency of Canada www.phac-aspc.gc.ca.
  2. J. Lidicker MA et al, Lyme Disease Cases in the United States Projected Through 2012: Time Series Model Identification and Forecasts of the Federal CDC Data. World International Lyme Disease Emergency Rescue (WILDER) Network, Inc. Published 9/11/2005. www.wildernetwork.org
  3. Stafford, Kirby C. Tick Management Handbook. The Connecticut Agricultural Experimentation Station. Fall 2007.
  4. Steven Levy, VMD. Use of a C6 ELISA Test to Evaluate the Efficacy of a Whole-Cell Bacterin for the Prevention of Naturally Transmitted Canine Borrelia Burgdorferi Infection. Veterinary Therapeutics, Volume 3. No. 4, Winter 2002.
  5. American Animal Health Association vaccination guidelines at www.healthypet.com
  6. Moore, Adverse events diagnosed within three days of vaccine administration in dogs, JAVMA 2005.
  7. Steven Levy, VMD, et al. Performance of a Borrelia burgdorferi bacterin in Borrelosis-Endemic Areas. JAVMA, 1993, 1993; 202.
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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