Can Anaplasma in dogs be cured? What is the treatment for Anaplasmosis in dogs? Anaplasmosis in dogs can be treated with a course of antibiotics, with most symptoms improving within 24- 48 hours after beginning treatment. Some common antibiotics used to treat Anaplasmosis include, Doxycycline, Minocycline, Tetracycline, and Chloramphenicol.
What does Anaplasma positive mean in dogs? A positive test indicates that your pet has been exposed to Anaplasma bacteria through a tick bite and has antibodies. It does not necessarily mean that your pet is ill or will become ill, as most pets that have a positive on the 4Dx test never develop any clinical symptoms or laboratory evidence of the disease.
Can anaplasmosis be cured? Anaplasmosis is treatable but it can be a serious and sometimes fatal disease.
How do dogs get Anaplasma? Caused by a bacteria called Anaplasma phagocytophilum, Anaplasmosis is spread by the bite of an infected black-legged tick deer tick or brown dog tick. Cases of anaplasmosis in dogs can be found across the US, but higher rates of the disease are reported in the Midwest, Northeast and West Coast.