General information on Leptospirosis Canicola
Leptospirosis Canicola is a serious viral bacterial infection contracted through contact with the urine of infected dogs.
Symptoms of Leptospirosis Canicola
The symptoms of Leptospirosis Canicola are loss of appetite, listlessness, jaundice, bleeding gums, diarrhea, and bright yellow urine. Death can occur within 36 hours.
Treatments for Leptospirosis Canicola
If you suspect Leptospirosis Canicola, seek immediate veterinary care. Antibiotics may help, but death usually occurs.
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