Canine influenza virus (CIV) is one of several pathogens contributing to canine infectious respiratory disease. Two canine influenza viruses are now known to currently cause disease in dogs: H3N2 and H3N8, both of which are type A influenza viruses. This review will briefly discuss historical and epidemiological aspects of CIV, disease transmission, clinical signs, diagnosis, treatment, management, and prevention.
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Supported and produced by educational grants from Zoetis in conjunction with NAVC 2016 as part of the Zoetis Infectious Disease Symposium.