Veterinarians in southern portions of the San Francisco Bay Area say they have seen an increase in canine influenza cases, and veterinarian Shadi Ireifej says dogs should be kept away from other dogs if they exhibit symptoms, which include hacking cough, nasal discharge, lethargy, sneezing and fever. A vaccine that protects against H3N2 and H3N8 is available.
San Francisco Bay Area veterinarians see rising canine influenza caseload
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