Infectious Canine Hepatitis is an acute liver infection in dogs cause by canine adenovirus type-1 (CAV-1). This virus is spread through feces, saliva, urine, and blood of infected dogs. Once infected, the incubation period is 4-7 days as the virus remains in the tonsils, then leading to the liver and kidneys. Death can occur secondary to this disease, yet most dogs recover after a brief illness.
Infectious Canine Hepatitis Bioinformatics Tool
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