“Kennel cough” (now more conventionally termed “canine infectious respiratory disease complex’)  is a fairly common problem in dogs that can be caused by an array of bacteria and viruses. We commonly see it in outbreaks, often linked to kennels, but sometimes we see higher levels of disease in the broader community. What we’re more concerned

Imagine a world without antibiotics: deaths and complications from simple wound infections, routine surgical procedures would become high-risk, immunosuppressive therapy such as those used for cancer treatment would be as life-threatening as the disease itself.  Such was life in the pre-antibiotic era, and we could be facing the same situation in the post-antibiotic era if