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WORDLESS WEDNESDAY 
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For 2014, the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC), predicts even HIGHER than normal infection rates in Upstate New York, New Hampshire, and Vermont.
The clinical signs of anaplasmosis in dogs are often similar to those of Lyme disease. The symptoms may include joint pain, lethargy, and lameness. Other possible clinical symptoms include fever, swollen lymph nodes, depression and weight loss. There have been cases where dogs appear to have a bloody nose. There is no vaccine available to reduce the risk of anaplasmosis, so year-round tick control is the most effective way to reduce the risk of infection. Here is where the Seresto collar comes in!!