Canine distemper is an incurable, deadly virus which attacks your dog’s respiratory, urogenital, gastrointestinal, and nervous systems.
Tshwane SPCA is currently battling a potential canine distemper outbreak at its Waltloo branch, reports Kempton Express. “If your dog is not vaccinated on a regular basis or within the past year, vaccinate it immediately,” warned Dr Elizna Boag, the business unit manager for companion animals and ethicals at Afrivet. Canine distemper is a deadly virus that attacks your dog’s respiratory, urogenital, gastrointestinal, and nervous systems. To date, no cure for the disease has been developed. Read the full article on The Citizen’s website: Distemper outbreak confirmed in Gauteng