Dog & Cat Tips : Symptoms of Lyme Disease in Dogs

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Lyme disease in dogs often causes several symptoms, including depression, fever, decreased appetite, weight loss and joint stiffness. Look for chronic stiffness as an indication of a dog that has Lyme disease with help from aveterinarian in this free video on dog health. Expert: James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge

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  1. ecftube says:

    Wrote a Lyme disease brochure for humans with the help of 2 Lyme specialists. Will email to anyone interested.

  2. 962cutie says:

    the vet talked about the tick more than our dogs! blood work is never 100%…… give us THE symptoms and a helpful hint on what to do NOW for our pet. everyone cant afford you guys!!

  3. Opethfan79 says:

    If you can not afford to bring your pet to a vet. Then you should not own a pet. End of story. If you have a kid are you going to let them see a doctor. I thought so. So dont get a pet if you cant bring them to see a vet.

  4. rspkingdude says:

    @Opethfan79 Getting an animal may just happen by a death in the family, or a person you know who is moving and gives you, so don’t tell people that they shouldn’t have a pet if you can’t bring them to see a vet, it just happens.

  5. Opethfan79 says:

    @rspkingdude If you get a pet you can not care for you should find it a home with somone who can or bring it to a shelter. Don’t try to make excuses for not takeing care of an animal. If you got a baby and it got sick and you did nothing and then it died you could end up in jail. But the laws are not as harsh with pets but like I said. If you can’t take care of them find them a home with somone who can.