What To Do About Canine Flu: Canine Influenza Type A H3N2 & H3N8

As you most likely know, there is now an epidemic of Dog Flu in the South Bay and much more recently, a variety of cases have cropped up in other areas around the Bay. All pet owners, like myself, are concerned about what they can do to reduce the probability that their dogs will likely be infected. But, there is no need. Although Canine Influenza, or dog flu, is very infectious, it normally causes only mild symptoms for a few days to a couple of weeks along with the dogs normally produce a full recovery despite therapy. Yes, even complications from the flu can occasionally be…
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