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I recommend that you call and talk to your veterinarian about this question. There can be a few different causes for an infection or overgrowth of bacteria. These include contact with or eating something contaminated with the bacteria or an overgrowth of abnormal bacteria can occur in the GI tract when the environment in the GI system changes from food changes, or even stress. Your vet knows your pet and they can give you the best answer on what the cause may have been for your individual pet.
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