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Canine Flu Shuts Down New Jersey Animal Shelter

Adoption and veterinary services are temporarily suspended at the Monmouth County SPCA due to a confirmed canine influenza, officials said

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What to Know

  • A dog flu outbreak has forced a New Jersey animal shelter to close until the new year
  • Adoption and veterinary services are temporarily suspended at the Monmouth County SPCA
  • The Monmouth County SCPA's adoptions and vet services offered through the Vogel Veterinary Clinic have also been shut down

A dog flu outbreak has forced a New Jersey animal shelter to close until the new year.

Adoption and veterinary services are temporarily suspended at the Monmouth County SPCA due to a confirmed canine influenza, officials said.

The Monmouth County SCPA's adoptions and vet services offered through the Vogel Veterinary Clinic have also been shut down.

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The SPCA says it notified anyone who has adopted or brought in dogs for treatment for the last three weeks.

Symptoms of this highly contagious virus include appetite loss, nasal discharge, and severe, heavy coughing.

If your dog shows any of these signs, call your veterinarian immediately.

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