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Ehrlichiosis

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Ehrlichiosis

Ehrlichiosis is a serious parasitic infection of dogs, transmitted by ticks in warm or tropical regions and occasionally elsewhere. The most serious form of the disease has a long course of many months to years and usually proves fatal. Ehrlichiosis may be seen in dogs in non-tropical countries if the animals have travelled from areas where the parasite is common.

What is Ehrlichiosis?

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How can my dog catch Ehrlichiosis?

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Can Ehrlichiosis be treated?

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