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Canine distemper conclusion

The Bottom Line:

Canine distemper was once the leading cause of death in dogs. But today, with proper vaccination, your pet can ward off the virus without difficulty. Don’t hesitate to get your dog vaccinated today.

The virus is not very stable in the environment, probably lasting no more than a few weeks. It is susceptible to disinfectants, especially the quaternary ammonium compounds such as Roccal (TM).

The incidence of canine distemper infections is much lower than in the past because of good vaccination practices. But, it is still present all over the world and continued vigilance on the part of veterinarians and dog owners is necessary to prevent a resurgence of this deadly illness.

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