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sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, red and itchy eyes, nasal congestion, skin reactions such as hives, coughing, and other asthma-related problems including shortness of breath. And yet, these professionals persist in treating animals—despite the chronic

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fever, loss of appetite, coughing, nasal discharge, and lethargy. Signs of illness may be more severe in cases caused by the H3N2 virus. Some infected dogs may not show any signs of illness. H3N2 can cause infection and respiratory illness in cats

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outbreaks in Chicago and Atlanta. She has seen dogs shed the virus for up to 20 days after their first positive test results, and results of PCR assays of nasal swab specimens have shown dogs could remain positive for the virus for up to 30 days, she

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overdose. Naloxone can be used effectively to provide emergency treatment for working dogs, but the version carried by law enforcement officials is often a nasal spray rather than the injectable version commonly used by veterinarians. Law enforcement

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research