Grab those rubber gloves, you are going to need them
Add this to the list of reasons to close your mouth and wear gloves when cleaning up after animals.
Apparently a small number of dogs can develop persistent leptospiruria in spite of appropriate treatment. The Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association recently published a retrospective study that clearly demonstrates the need for follow-up testing to confirm that leptospirosis is fully resolved.
Do you have a client that is tough to convince of the value of diagnostics? Share the latest on this re-emerging zoonotic pathogen!