Consumer group offers canine influenza tips

08/29/2010 | KJRH-TV (Tulsa, Okla.)

Dogs could be in danger of contracting canine influenza if they come in contact with an infected animal, according to consumer group Angie's List. The group encourages dog owners to check their veterinarians' credentials to see whether they are members of the AVMA and their state veterinary medical association, and to discuss whether their pets need to be vaccinated against the infectious respiratory disease.

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