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An 11-week-old 5.8-kg (12.8-lb) sexually intact female Golden Retriever–Poodle crossbred dog was referred for evaluation because of progressive respiratory distress of 5 hours’ duration. Before the onset of respiratory distress, the dog was examined and vaccinated by the referring veterinarian. Vaccinations included a third booster vaccination (SC) against distemper, parvovirus, adenovirus, and coronavirus; an initial vaccination (SC) against Leptospira canicola and L icterohaemorrhagiae; and a vaccination (PO) against Bordetella bronchiseptica. Within an hour after being vaccinated, the dog became ataxic, had signs of agitation, and began wheezing. The referring veterinarian administered diphenhydramine hydrochloride

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Three 17-day-old Labrador Retriever puppies were referred for evaluation because of acute, progressive respiratory distress. The puppies were from the same litter, still suckling, and behaving normally 12 hours earlier. Housing consisted of a whelping box lined with towels, which was cleaned with dilute chlorhexidine solution. Pine oil solution, disinfectant spray, a and bleach were used to clean adjacent areas. The breeding pair had been vaccinated with a core vaccination protocol for rabies, distemper, adenovirus, parainfluenza, and parvovirus and did not have any clinical signs of illness. Four remaining puppies from the litter were clinically normal. Three months

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