H1N1: Seeing the whole picture


Moving across the country and across species, H1N1 has dominated the news and pet owners' attention. Here's what you need to know.

News about the H1N1 influenza virus has been emerging almost daily. First confirmed in pigs, then people, the virus has made the jump to ferrets, cats, and most recently dogs. As veterinarians and veterinary team members, you're the first line of defense in many cases -- and you need to stay well yourselves.

Here we tackle the issue from every angle, offer tools for support and give you the latest updates.


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