Posts tagged "Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine"

Canine Flu Virus Strains Unlikely Intermingled

Canine Flu Virus Strains Unlikely Intermingled
Canine influenza virus update verbatim from¬†¬†animal health diagnosis Center at College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University. The genome sequence of an influenza virus cultured from a canine nasal swab sample from a dog with respiratory disease in the Chicago area confirms that an Asian H3N2 virus is circulating. Scientists at the National Veterinary Services Laboratories... Read more »

WGN Radio Petcast: Chelsea Kane Dances for Shelter Dogs; Dogs on Lake Michigan; Tick and Roundworm Control

WGN Radio Petcast: Chelsea Kane Dances for Shelter Dogs; Dogs on Lake Michigan; Tick and Roundworm Control
Disney TV star Chelsea Kane danced her way into the hearts of millions on “Dancing with the Stars.” Now she’s dancing her way into the hearts of shelter dogs, via Pedigree’s “Every Dog Deserves” promotion. Chelsea talks about her Woman (that’s her dog’s name!), her devotion to animals and what “Dancing” is really like behind-the-scenes.... Read more »