Kan. animal shelter under quarantine after distemper kills 60 dogs

09/25/2013 | Topeka Capital-Journal (Kan.), The

Since February, 60 dogs have died in a distemper outbreak that has led to a quarantine at an Emporia, Kan., animal shelter. The shelter is operating a temporary, off-site admission center until it is clear of the virus. Veterinarian Floyd Dorsey said the outbreak likely started after unvaccinated animals were left at the shelter, and he reminds owners that vaccinating their pets protects other animals as well.

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