Vets are stymied at what they thought was Kennel Cough but did not respond to antibiotic medication. Symptoms are dry cough, low-grade fever, nasal discharge varying from clear to thick and occasional conjunctivitis, a few developed Pneumonia! Canine Influenza was ruled out by testing and it has not been found to mutate. The long shot test is for H1N1. So far no deaths have occured! 75% of the dogs had spent time at a local doggie daycare facility. veterinarynews.dvm360.com

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