Kelli Fabick holds her mother’s Australian silky terrier, Zoey, as veterinarian Sarah Hormuth administers a canine flu shot in April 2015 at the Kirkwood Animal Hospital in Kirkwood, Mo. About a dozen cases of canine flu have been reported in North Carolina in recent weeks, resulting in two deaths.
Kelli Fabick holds her mother’s Australian silky terrier, Zoey, as veterinarian Sarah Hormuth administers a canine flu shot in April 2015 at the Kirkwood Animal Hospital in Kirkwood, Mo. About a dozen cases of canine flu have been reported in North Carolina in recent weeks, resulting in two deaths. Laurie Skrivan TNS
Kelli Fabick holds her mother’s Australian silky terrier, Zoey, as veterinarian Sarah Hormuth administers a canine flu shot in April 2015 at the Kirkwood Animal Hospital in Kirkwood, Mo. About a dozen cases of canine flu have been reported in North Carolina in recent weeks, resulting in two deaths. Laurie Skrivan TNS

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