Danger! Lyme Disease in Pets and How to Prevent It

Lyme disease has been in the news in recent years, and for good reason. According to the CDC, recent estimates suggest that approximately 300,000 people contract Lyme disease each year in the United States. The disease affects both humans and animals, and if left untreated, can result in a host of painful complications.

With more outdoor time and warmer summer weather, now is the time to focus on preventing Lyme disease in pets. Your team at New Haven Pet Hospital shares some tips for keeping you and your best fur pals safe.

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Spring Has Sprung, and So Have Pet Parasites

springtime pet parasitesPet parasites can range from several inches long to microscopic, but don’t let size fool you! Sometimes the most formidable foes come in the smallest packages. Learn what you need to know to keep your furry friend safe against pet parasites as spring ensues.

The Usual Suspects

As the days get longer and the weather warmer, a few common pet parasites become a concern. Higher temperatures, more time outdoors, and damp weather all contribute to a perfect storm for many unwanted visitors.

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