Dogs that are regularly in contact with other dogs at parks, day cares and boarding facilities should receive the canine influenza vaccine, according to the AVMA. Although genetic sequencing shows that the virus has remained essentially the same for the past seven years, "It has the potential to mutate into something much more serious," said Edward Dubovi, director of Cornell's virology laboratory at the Animal Health Diagnostic Center.

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