The Pulse Of Veterinary Medicine

Vet-To-Vet Conversation With IDEXX

Author archive: Alexis Seguin, DVM, MS, DACVIM

Dogs in Maricopa County sickened by H3N2

The news

Two cases of H3N2 have been reported by the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control (MCACC). The MCACC urges dog owners to familiarize themselves with the symptoms of the disease and to seek immediate veterinary care for dogs who exhibit symptoms.

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Parvovirus on the rise in Indiana

The news

Animal shelters and veterinary clinics in Indiana are reporting significant increases in cases of parvovirus, a potentially deadly virus that threatens dogs and puppies. Area veterinarians are working to educate pet owners regarding the severity of the disease, and the need for all dogs to be vaccinated.

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Parvovirus outbreak threatens dogs in Iowa

The news

An outbreak of parvovirus at a local animal shelter has led to a temporary closure of the parts of the shelter that house dogs. The Heartland Humane Society reports that one dog has died and others are being treated.

Serena Burton, the shelter’s Vice President, explained the comprehensive precautions the shelter is taking to keep the virus from spreading. She also cautioned area pet owners to ensure that their dogs are vaccinated against the deadly disease.

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Leptospirosis sickens dogs in the White Mountains, AZ

The news

Two cases of dogs contracting leptospirosis have been confirmed in the White Mountains, Arizona. Noting an increase in the disease, veterinarians are urging pet owners to vaccinate their dogs and are raising awareness that the disease can also sicken humans.

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Parvo sickens over a dozen dogs in Chicopee

The news

With more than a dozen cases of the potentially deadly disease reported in Chicopee, a local veterinary clinic is offering vaccination clinics for dogs and urging all area residents to ensure their dogs are vaccinated.

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