Infectious-canine-hepatitis



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[roo-bahrts, -bahrths] /ˈru bɑrts, -bɑrθs/
noun
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a common, rapidly progressing viral hepatitis of dogs and other carnivores, often confused with canine distemper.
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(vet science) a disease of dogs caused by an adenovirus and characterized by signs of liver disease

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