Outbreaks of the Canine Influenza virus, which causes an acute respiratory infection, have been identified in dogs in shelters, humane societies, boarding clinics. This illness is highly contagious and is a newly emerging respiratory pathogen in dogs and causes a clinical syndrome that mimics “kennel cough”. Canine influenza virus infections are frequently mistaken for infections due to the Bordetella bronchiseptica/parainfluenza virus complex.
Because this is a newly emerging pathogen, all dogs, regardless of breed or age, are susceptible to infection and have no naturally …. [ more ] ….
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