Human norovirus is found in dogs

01/20/2012 | FoodSafetyNews.com

Researchers in Finland found human norovirus in the feces of dogs, confirming that the virus, generally species-specific, can be present in dogs. Children in the home are the likely source of the virus for dogs, though more research is needed to see whether the virus just passes through the dog or causes clinical infection, says study co-author Carl-Henrick von Bonsdorff.

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