Dr. Doug Mader's - "To Your Pet's Health"
Sunday, June 11, 2017
Don't panic if your pet develops canine influenza

The TV and print media have inundated us with coverage of the latest potential threat to our pets, the H3N2 canine flu virus. Some media will sensationalize these things, but I feel it is important for me to distill what you are hearing so that you can make rational decisions regarding your pet’s health care.

I use the plural “pets” because, although rare, cats ca...

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