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evidence that transmission of SARS-CoV-2 from humans to dogs and cats is uncommon, says one expert on infectious disease. Instead, what veterinarians are more likely to find are the usual respiratory ailments in animals that are coughing. Dr. Jane Sykes

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Merck Animal Health's Equine Respiratory Biosurveillance Program has reached the 10-year mark. The findings, reported biweekly, focus on new information regarding major infectious respiratory disease threats. The program has collected more than 8

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Department of Entomology said biting midges present in the U.S. likely would be effective vectors for the AHS virus, which causes respiratory and circulatory impairment. In an article published on the department's site, they cited study results that showed

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The American Association of Swine Veterinarians focused on the future of the swine industry during the 2006 meeting. Under the leadership of President Scott Dee, the board has adopted the goal of eliminating porcine reproductive and respiratory

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, the only signs of the disease are sudden death and bloodstained noses caused by internal bleeding,” APHIS information states. “Infected rabbits may also develop a fever, be hesitant to eat, or show respiratory or nervous signs.” California Department

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causes among 79 cats were, in order, trauma, heart disease, intestinal disease, respiratory disease, and urinary tract disease—with no indoor cats having died of trauma. AVMA News talked with experts about how practitioners can handle these cases, what

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CANINE, FELINE STUDIES Morris Animal Foundation announced $1 million in funding in January for nine canine and feline health studies on subjects such as cancer, chronic upper respiratory disease, and osteoarthritis. The studies are as follows

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assay uses a non-amplification detection method and only canine influenza virus is tested and none of the other pathogens causing kennel cough-like symptoms,” he said. The real-time PCR assay is offered as part of a canine respiratory panel targeting a

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. Unlike the viruses that cause severe acute respiratory syndrome and Middle East respiratory syndrome, which were associated with outbreaks limited in scope, SARS-CoV-2—the virus that causes COVID-19—burned across the globe in just over two months since

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electron microscopy to examine diseased lungs, the researchers found that the affected puppies had defects in their lungs’ secretory organelles causing respiratory distress and ultimately failure. The puppies with the lung disease did not live past the

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