This influenza spreads fast when dogs are exposed to other dogs.
The virus was discovered in 2004.
Contaminated objects, kennel surfaces, water and food bowls,
leashes, and collars--this virus can remain alive on surfaces
up to 48 hours, on clothing for 24 hours, on the hands for 12 hours.
Wash your hands
Each time you handle your dog and if you have contact with urine,
feces, saliva, blood, when you arrive and leave the house, and
after cleaning out cages.
Consult your veterinarian to determine whether your dog should
have the flu vaccine.
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