More cases of canine distemper are reported in Austin, Texas

Animal-health officials and veterinarians in Austin, Texas, say there is a growing incidence of canine distemper in the area. One veterinarian said she has seen about 70 dogs carrying the virus or showing signs of the disease in the past couple of months. Veterinarians say the viral illness is highly transmittable and often lethal to dogs, but it can be prevented by vaccination.

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