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Tick-Borne Diseases In Dogs: A Canadian Perspective
Presenting the latest research on canine Lyme disease, anaplasmosis and ehrlichiosis, Tick-borne Disease in Dogs is an invaluable reference for veterinarians and dog owners. As geographic ranges of ticks and their associated vector-borne pathogens rapidly expand in Central, Eastern and Atlantic Canada, it is imperative to understand the complex relationships surrounding the incidence of disease in dogs to inform management and prevention.
Michelle Evason is an associate professor in small animal internal medicine at the Atlantic Veterinary College (Prince Edward Island, Canada), an adjunct professor at the University of Guelph, and also works as an independent medical and nutrition consultant. She has a range of clinical research interests, some of which include: infectious disease (with an emphasis on Lyme, tick-borne, and leptospirosis), antimicrobial stewardship, nutrition, and veterinary (and pet-owner) knowledge, attitudes and practices surrounding these topics.
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