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Canine influenza H3N2 in Canada

Canine influenza H3N2 in Canada

Canine influenza virus H3N2 was identified in 104 dogs in Ontario, Canada, between December 28, 2017-October 30, 2018. Dogs recently imported from Asia were implicated as the source of infection. High morbidity rates were noted, and kennels a veterinary clinic were identified as foci of infection.

Death attributable to infection occurred in 2 (2%) of 104 diagnosed cases. A 28-day isolation of infected dogs were effective in containing each outbreak.

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Emergence and Containment of Canine Influenza Virus A(H3N2), Ontario, Canada, 2017-2018.

Study looked at common problems of West Highland Terriers

Study looked at common problems of West Highland Terriers

New video shows expert tips to remove skunk odor

New video shows expert tips to remove skunk odor