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  1. Renard is a loving 2-year-old husky border collie mix who contracted Leptospirosis. He is currently in kidney failure and needs all the help he can get to survive and go home to his loving family. Lepto is a bacterial disease that is contracted through wet areas, such as trails, toys, water bowls, etc. Currently the vaccine is optional, but I believe it should be mandatory as more cases are being reported and it is deadly. Please help in any way you can and spread the word about Leptospirosis so others do not have to suffer as they are. https://www.gofundme.com/renard039s-leptospirosis-recovery