(Lyme Borreliosis)

Canine Lyme disease

Canine Lyme disease is a growing concern to many practitioners, as well as dog owners, because the disease incidence is increasing in endemic areas.

pet_click_here In addition, geographic areas once thought to have little or no threat for canine Lyme disease are changing ecosystems of potential exposure.

From the small tick to the big decisions you make for your patients, the research, articles and case studies found on this website will give you the information you may be seeking about how to prevent canine Lyme disease.

Boehringer Ingelheim Canada, Ltd. believes veterinarians are the best source of information for pet owners and we hope you find this website informative and useful.

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

Clinical signs of Lyme disease?

  • Limping and/or lameness
  • Joints appear to be painful and swollen

More clinical signs

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