Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) remains a significant threat to cats.
Parvoviruses remain a significant enteric pathogen of cats and dogs.
Feline herpesvirus is a common pathogen of domestic cats.
An outbreak of respiratory disease occurred in a kennel of racing greyhounds in 2004.
Vaccination is an important tool in veterinary medicine, preventing disease and reducing virus circulation for many important viral pathogens.
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) continues to be a significant disease in domestic cats.
Influenza virus is an ancient virus that has affected man for many centuries.
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