Dogs as sentinels of wildlife disease

Raincoast's Dr. Paul Paquet speaks with CFAX

Raincoast wolf scientists have published a paper in the Cdn Journal of Veterinary Medicine on diseases in dogs and the potential transfer between dogs and wildlife. CFAX’s Adam Stirling interviews Raincoast Sr. Scientist Dr. Paul Paquet about the study and it’s findings.

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