Veterinarians are urging dog owners to keep an eye out for symptoms of canine flu after 10 to 12 cases of the viral illness have been confirmed in North Carolina, including two deaths.
Veterinarians are urging dog owners to keep an eye out for symptoms of canine flu after 10 to 12 cases of the viral illness have been confirmed in North Carolina, including two deaths. News & Observer file photo
Veterinarians are urging dog owners to keep an eye out for symptoms of canine flu after 10 to 12 cases of the viral illness have been confirmed in North Carolina, including two deaths. News & Observer file photo

Canine flu reported in North Carolina; one Raleigh dog dead

June 08, 2017 10:40 AM

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