Canadian researchers find a ‘superbug’ that can infect pets with the disease

NEW YORK — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified a novel coronavirus strain that can cause severe brain damage and paralysis in dogs.

The newly identified strain of the coronaviruses has been circulating in Canada since March, but has so far not been linked to human cases.

A coronaviral agent called saffron has been linked in humans.

Symptoms include fever, muscle weakness, muscle spasms, headache, muscle pain and muscle weakness in the legs, a severe cough, muscle cramps and convulsions.

“It’s an interesting strain,” said CDC director Dr. William Schaffner.

“The symptoms are similar to the previous strains, but it has a few differences.

We think it’s the most severe variant, so it’s likely to cause severe illness.”

Researchers identified the strain in March when they collected samples from the brains of two dogs who had been infected with the coronaviogen.

The strain is very similar to another strain, SARS-CoV-2, and is thought to have originated from China.

The U.K. has confirmed that it has also seen SARS and SARS coronavides, and the U.N. said that Canada and the United States have confirmed SARS cases.

Both the U:S.

and U.KS. have said that they are seeing more and more cases of SARS, although it is unclear how many of them are connected to the new strain.

The first case in Canada, which is believed to be from the U., occurred in May.

Doctors are treating the patient with antibiotics to reduce the spread of the virus.

The U:A is investigating the second case, which occurred in June.

The coronavids have been found in more than 30 countries and have been linked with more than 2,700 deaths.

“We are finding these new strains all over the world and they are causing quite a lot of health problems in people and animals,” Schaffen said.

The new strain is a “superbug” that can be passed on to humans, and that is very worrisome because it is extremely dangerous.

“What’s happening in Canada is the most serious case of coronavoid transmission in the history of our species,” he said.

“It’s a big concern.

If we don’t act quickly, it will spread rapidly.”

Dr. Michael Shinn of the Royal Veterinary College in London said that the new coronavuses can be transmitted from person to person, so “it’s very, very important that we understand how they’re spreading.

It is really quite concerning.”

A new coronovirus can lead to severe brain disease in dogs, and paralysis and even death in cats and bats.

Symptom symptoms in dogs are often mild, and a dog’s immune system can fight the virus off.

Symphases of the new SARS virus include a fever, weakness, cough, fatigue and convulsion.

Symptoms can last up to two weeks.