The dog flu has sickened thousands of dogs nationwide. Veterinarians in North Texas now on high alert, they've already seen symptoms of the canine flu.
80 percent of dogs that come in contact with the virus will show symptoms. Here's what you need to look for.
1. Your dog develops a cough
2. Acts lethargic
3. High fever - Glassy-looking eyes and feeling warm to the touch are hints, and you can also watch for shivering, panting, runny nose, loss of appetite, decreased energy, and depression.
Make sure to take your dog to a vet to confirm. A vaccine is available. If your dog gets the dog flu, keep them away from other pets.