‘CANINE CORONAVIRUS’ behind outbreak of kennel cough in Canada, veterinarians say


A coronavirus has caused an outbreak of kennel cough among dogs in Canada, according to the country’s vets. The virus, however, is entirely different from Covid-19 which has been plaguing the globe for over a year.

A new “canine coronavirus” has been determined to be the culprit behind the outbreak, the national medical director for VCA Animal Hospitals, Danny Joffe, said.

One thing we found in a recent study was a new pathogen, relatively new pathogen, in dogs and that’s a canine respiratory coronavirus.

The outbreak has already affected Calgary and Edmonton, with multiple new cases reported daily. Urban coyotes, roaming the same parks as pet dogs are believed to have contributed to the outbreak, according to Joffe.

Kennel cough is a generic term for upper respiratory infections affecting dogs, that can be caused by various pathogens, both viral and bacterial. The disease group bears its name due its ability to rapidly spread among dogs kept in close quarters in kennels or animal shelters.

While affecting dogs, the new coronavirus appears to be not transmittable to humans. The disease has nothing to do with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, apart from the virus having a similar shape, Joffe stressed.

“Now, it’s totally different than COVID-19. They’re both coronaviruses, but this can’t go to people, it’s a respiratory infection in dogs,” the veterinarian told the Global News.

Covid-19, that has infected more than 88.1 million people, while killing nearly 1.9 million, has so far, largely spared pets. A handful of transmission – from humans to pet animals – have been reported worldwide, yet it has not been positively established whether pets are capable of spreading the virus back to humans.

It’s thought that minks have not only contracted the virus from people but transmitted a mutated variant back to humans. Outbreaks of coronavirus have been reported in multiple mink farms worldwide over the past few months. The virus has ultimately led to extermination of the entire mink population in Denmark, where 15 to 17 million were killed after a Covid-19 outbreak in the country’s farms had got out of hand.


13 thoughts on “‘CANINE CORONAVIRUS’ behind outbreak of kennel cough in Canada, veterinarians say

  1. Yeah, more fkn BS… These Scum veterinarians just trying to get in on the lucrative biz of Covid-testing and vaccines…now they saying poochie has Covid….wonder how much they’ll get for intubating your doggie…..

    DTTNWO and all whom participate and enforce it…

    1. absolutely, or by the same shit air we’ve all been breathing (including our pets)due to Chemtrails

  2. I hope I’m wrong, but if this is a plan to kill our dogs , who ever they send will die , not my dog

    1. Good point, u bet they want your dog dead, these people ( beings) are from another planet, seriously..

      1. Yup
        Dogs are early warning devices with teeth, that have no fear of retribution for their acts if trained properly, so they are a threat in many ways

        1. Yeah, and dogs also emit profoundly deep love and loyalty vibrations, qualities the controllers are going all-out to crush.


          1. I needed to get a prescription filled and had to make a office visit. I stated on the show that I had to fill out a new form and it asked me did I have any dogs?

          2. They’re goin’ after love. Ain’t gonna succeed. Love has teeth and claws and even tactics and strategies.

            Sorry you were so interrogated, Misty. I hate all their questions. They ask as if they have a right to ask. My question for them is, “Do you enjoy being a spy?”


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