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Two dogs test positive for H1N1 in China

December 1, 2009

Beijing -- H1N1 has jumped to one more species -- dogs.

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Iowa State manufactures, ships what they say is first swine H1N1 vaccine

November 25, 2009

Ames, Iowa -- Iowa State University has developed and shipped what they say is the first H1N1 vaccine available for swine to a producer in Indiana.

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Swine vets asked to report H1N1 suspicions to state officials

November 19, 2009

National Report -- The American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) is asking veterinarians to reach out to state health officials first if they suspect an H1N1 outbreak in a swine herd.

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H1N1-infected cat dies in Oregon

November 18, 2009

The third cat to have a confirmed case of H1N1 has died.

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Utah cat tests positive for H1N1 flu

November 16, 2009

It's believed to be the second confirmed case in a cat, and its owners had the virus.

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Three more Ore. ferrets sick with H1N1

November 12, 2009

Roseburg, Ore. -- Three more cases of H1N1 infection in pet ferrets has been detected.

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Video: What's the significance of the cat with H1N1?

November 11, 2009

At CVC San Diego, we caught up with immunologist Dr. Craig Datz to talk about the significance of the first documented case of H1N1 in a cat. Here's what he said.

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WHO says H1N1 virus could mutate, warns vigilance in watching for symptoms

November 10, 2009

Geneva, Switzerland -- Concerned by the potential of the H1N1 pandemic virus to become more virulent as the pool of viral genes circulates among a number of hosts, the World Health Organization (WHO) is calling for close monitoring and proper management of animals that exhibit symptoms of respiratory infections.

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AVMA Web site answers H1N1 questions for veterinarians, pet owners

November 9, 2009

Schaumburg, Ill. -- The American Veterinary Medical Association has made new information available on its Web site for veterinarians and pet owners who have questions about H1N1 influenza in light of recent detection of the virus in an Iowa cat.

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