Study suggests some dogs can have lung lesions without clinical signs of canine flu

09/22/2010 | Daily Pilot (Costa Mesa, Calif.)

Dogs are highly susceptible to canine influenza virus, which can be complicated by the development of pneumonia. A study recently published in Veterinary Microbiology found that some infected dogs might not exhibit clinical signs of pneumonia but can still infect other dogs and may have lung lesions that predispose them to additional problems. A vaccine is available to help minimize the threat of canine flu infection.

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Daily Pilot (Costa Mesa, Calif.)

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