Infographic: Educating Your Clients About Dog Flu

With the ongoing canine influenza epidemic, every dog owner should be aware of this disease. Here’s how veterinary practices can help.
Charles B. Hardy
Published: September 21, 2018
With the ongoing canine influenza epidemic, every dog owner should be aware of this disease. Here’s how veterinary practices can help.

Canine flu shows no signs of abating. In fact, only 4 states—Hawaii, North Dakota, Alaska, and Nebraska—have escaped an outbreak to date.

By keeping your clients informed about ongoing outbreaks and prevention measures, you can help stop this potentially deadly disease from continuing its assault on the canine community.

Share this infographic on your social media platforms to ensure that your dog-owning clients are doing their part to keep the canine population healthy.



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Mr. Hardy is a dog trainer and founder of pawpawlover.com. When not working, he can be found traveling with his beloved dog.
 

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