UPDATE: What You Need to Know About H3N2 Canine Flu

The dog-flu epidemic that started in Chicago and then spread into neighboring states is now showing signs in more far-flung states. Last Friday, we reported that it had been found in Texas, and now there are also reports of infected dogs in Georgia and New Jersey. As one vet in the video above notes, it isn’t time to for dog owners to panic, but they should be vigilant and have their dogs checked out if the pooch is exhibiting any fly symptoms. We’ll keep you updated. . .

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A Texas dog is treated for the scary H3N2 strain of canine flu.
Photo via nbcdfw.com

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