Pet dog dies of bird flu in Canada

The following is an excerpt from Medscape.

A pet dog has been infected with H5N1 avian flu, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) said Tuesday.

The dog in Oshawa, Ont., was infected after chewing on a wild goose and developed symptoms and died.

“It is the only case of its kind in Canada,” the agency said in a news release.

A necropsy completed on Monday showed the dog’s respiratory system was affected.

“Based on the current evidence in Canada, the risk to the general public remains low and current scientific evidence suggests that the risk of a human contracting avian influenza from a domestic pet is minor,” the agency said.

There have been large outbreaks of H5N1 flu among birds both globally and within Canada. The CFIA has reported intermittent detections of the virus among some wild mammals, including foxes, mink, raccoons, skunks, seals, dolphins and black bears.

There have been no cases of humans being infected with the virus in Canada. There was one “travel-related” human case reported in early 2014, the Public Health Agency of Canada has previously said.


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6 thoughts on “Pet dog dies of bird flu in Canada”

  1. Wait for it. In time, we’ll learn that the bird flu is just another bioweapon. Another plandemic. Another invention to alter and control society.

  2. This article and odd reactions ? Sharyl have the People at JPL, NASA involved in Mars Rovers on that Planet check out a New discovery images I seen in soil pictures from planet Mars ? The image I seen on Mars was from past old soil that seemed to show the past present formation Humic substance ( fulvic acids of past history reactions ) and or some past Humic Superstructures ???

  3. There’s no such thing as “Bird Flu” . They die for the same reasons humans do:. exposure to pesticides and 5G. The PCR can’t diagnose anything, yawn

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