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In this VETgirl podcast, we review a clinical case example of canine leptospirosis. Small dog from the city and don’t think your patient has exposure to rats? Azotemic with increased liver enzymes? It’s leptospirosis until proven otherwise! Make sure you educate your pet owners about the public health risks of this zoonotic disease. For more information, please check out the free ACVIM Consensus Statement on Leptospirosis here.  This podcast reviews a true case example of Darby, a 5 year old Papillon.

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