NewsBreak: U.S. faces dog flu outbreak..

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Big cats like lions, tigers and leopards are susceptible to COVID-19. A rare few have even died. Mink and some hooved animals are susceptible, too, and researchers are concerned they might pass the virus back to humans some day. To stave off infections, many zoos are using a vaccine specifically made for animals to try and keep their often-endangered residents healthy.

(NewsNation) — It’s not just humans feeling the effects of cold and flu season this year, as a canine flu is hitting the U.S.

The highly contagious canine flu is being transmitted in doggy day cares, kennels and other settings where dogs are in close contact with each other.

Outbreaks have already occurred in Texas, California, North Carolina and Alabama this year.

Influenza vaccines urged as cases soar
Symptoms of dog flu include cough, runny nose, fever, loss of energy and lack of appetite. Most dogs recover from the illness and symptoms can take 3 to 7 days to show up.

Pet owners can help prevent spreading the illness by cleaning food and water bowls, toys, doorknobs and clothing.

Veterinarians are urging owners to get their dogs vaccinated against the flu if they spend time in social settings with other pups.


A COVID-19 Vaccine for Dogs Prevents Reverse Zoonosis

Abstract

To counteract reverse zoonosis, we developed the first COVID-19 subunit vaccines for dogs, which are representative companion animals, and the vaccine includes the SARS-CoV-2 recombinant protein of whole S1 protein and the receptor-binding domain (RBD).

A subunit vaccine is a vaccine developed by purifying only the protein region that induces an immune response instead of the whole pathogen. This type of vaccine is safer than the whole virus vaccine because there is no risk of infection and proliferation through back-mutation of the virus. Vaccines were administered to beagles twice at an interval of 3 weeks subcutaneously and antibody formation rates were assessed in serum. We identified a titer, comparable to that of vaccinated people, shown to be sufficient to protect against SARS-CoV-2. Therefore, the vaccination of companion animals, such as dogs, may prevent reverse zoonosis by protecting animals from SARS-CoV-2; thus, reverse zoonosis of COVID-19 is preventable.

https://wildlife.org/air-vaccines-fight-spread-of-rabies/

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