Can dog lovers prevent dog owners from developing canine diarrhea?
While canine diarrhea has been linked to allergies, a study of dogs in New Zealand suggests that the virus may also be to blame.
A team of researchers analyzed the health records of more than 1,600 dogs in Auckland, New Zealand.
The researchers found that the rate of canine diarrhea in these dogs was significantly higher than that of people.
This study, which is published in the Journal of Veterinary Research, indicates that canine diarrhea is more likely to develop in people.
This is in part because people tend to be in better health when they are not in contact with dogs.
Dr. Marge Schindler, an infectious disease physician and the study’s senior author, said the study indicates that people should take steps to protect themselves from canine diarrhea.
“There is a very good chance that people who are at higher risk for canine diarrhea are more likely than others to be vaccinated, and therefore to get the vaccine,” Dr. Schindlers told ABC News.
“That’s the best thing we can do to help prevent this problem.
Dog owners should be vaccinated with the canine influenza vaccine as soon as possible, if possible.”
The researchers analyzed health records for more than 8,500 dogs and found that more than 40 percent of dogs were vaccinated in the first three months of life, and more than 90 percent of these dogs were fully vaccinated within two years.
There was also a statistically significant increase in the incidence of canine gastroenteritis, which can lead to a host of other health problems.
More research is needed to determine exactly why the dog owners are so resistant to the canine vaccine.
But Dr. Shindlers said that canine vaccines are still effective, and they have been shown to be protective against canine diarrhea, the coronavirus, and other respiratory diseases.
Dr. Schinkler said there are other possible explanations for why people aren’t getting vaccinated.
She said that some dogs may not have been vaccinated, as the vaccines are not available for the general public.
Dr. Jorgensen said that dogs may be overprotective of their immune systems and not be vaccinated enough.
“In some breeds, people have a more aggressive immune system and are able to fight off these viruses more effectively,” Dr.-Jorgensen told ABC.
“But if dogs are the exception, then they are overprotested, and are not getting vaccinated enough.”ABC News’ Jennifer Jenkins contributed to this report.