How to Protect Your Dog in Light of the Flu Outbreak

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It’s happening in the human world and now the canine world. The dog flu is experiencing ‘intense flare-ups’ in certain locations, as reported by USA Today. According to Newsweek, cases of the highly contagious canine influenza have been reported in states including California, Colorado and Pennsylvania. Fox News reports veterinarians and pet owners are warning dog owners to get their pups vaccinated. Canine influenza can happen any time of the year through contact with infected dogs, and apparently humans can get the dog flu, but it doesn’t transmit person to person, CBS New York reports. If you notice your pooch is coughing, sneezing, has a loss of appetite, nasal discharge, or difficulty breathing take them to the vet to get tested. Keep in mind, an American Vet Medical Association spokesperson told The Verge, outbreaks of the dog flu aren’t uncommon - flare-ups of the dog flu happen every so often. https://www.facebook.com/DogFeedTV/

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