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The article for which I supplied the link is not referring to C. Diff, (there happens to be a sponsored link that makes that referral but is not part of the article) however, the link that I supplied discusses Clostridium Perfringens which is prevalent in 80% of canine intestinal tracts but may not exhibit with diarrhea . The bacteria exists in the ground, ground water, feces, rotting grass, puddles, etc. and it can be transmitted from one dog to another especially dogs living or training in the same environment.
My emphasis was meant to be preventative. Apparently a cure can be evasive and even life long in some dogs, so I would think that prevention should be put at the top of the list especially for those who have an infected pet with other pets around.