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Dog flu

dog flu or Canine influenza is influenza occurring in canines. Canine influenza is caused by varieties of Influenza virus A, such as equine influenza virus H3N8, which in 2004 was discovered to cause disease in dogs. Because of the lack of previous exposure to this virus, dogs have no natural immunity to this virus. Therefore, the disease is rapidly transmitted between individual dogs. Canine influenza may be endemic in some regional dog populations of the United States. It is a disease with a high morbidity but a low mortality

Articles About Dog flu

Pedigree Dog Food May Be Endangering Your Pet, Yet No Recall Despite Over 300 Complaints From Customers

By Natural News

If you own pets, it is probably worth your while to take a closer look at what you are feeding them to determine whether or not it is actually safe. (Aug 21)



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