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Lyme Disease: Staying One Step Ahead of the Spread with Dr. Herrin & Dr. Pritchard

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This mythbusting episode features two guests, Brian Herrin, DVM, PhD, and Jessica Pritchard, VMD, MS, DACVIM (SAIM), who chat with host Katie Berlin, DVM about some of the biggest misconceptions we encounter about Lyme disease. The three discuss why Lyme and other wildlife-transmitted diseases like leptospirosis are now threatening dogs in areas previously not considered endemic and why a multimodal prevention strategy is the best bet for nearly every dog regardless of lifestyle.

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