Canine influenza focus of Ohio State veterinary school study

11/6/2012 | WBNS-TV (Columbus, Ohio)

The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine plans to conduct a study to determine the prevalence of H3N8 influenza in dogs, similar to a study they conducted on influenza in cats. Veterinarian Joshua Daniels noted that in the feline study, 40% of cats had been exposed to some influenza subtypes even though they didn't show any symptoms.

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