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


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dr. ian dunbar

As you most likely know, there’s now an epidemic of Dog Flu in the South Bay and more recently, a number of cases have popped up in other regions across the Bay. All dog owners, such as myself, are understandably concerned about what they can do to reduce the likelihood that their dogs will soon likely probably be infected. However, there’s no need to panic. Although Canine Influenza, or dog flu, is very infectious, it typically causes only mild symptoms for a couple days to a couple of weeks and the dogs usually make a complete recovery despite therapy. Yes, complications from the flu can occasionally be…

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