Canine distemper often proves fatal in pet ferrets

07/14/2011 | SmallAnimalChannel.com

Despite its name, canine distemper affects more than dogs, writes veterinarian Jerry Murray. The virus has been known to sicken several species of wildlife including foxes and wolves, and it's nearly always fatal in pet ferrets; the first signs of the disease include fever, anorexia, blinking and squinting, along with a clear-colored liquid nasal discharge.

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