Central Texas canine distemper outbreak continues

03/7/2012 | Baylor Lariat (Baylor University), The

Veterinarian LuAnn Ervin treated some 30 cases of canine distemper last year and has already seen six cases so far this year, when normally, annual cases at her clinic hover around only two to three dogs. Vaccinating puppies and dogs for distemper and preventing exposure to other pets before the vaccines have become protective is the best way to keep animals safe.

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