Yes, bird flu could potentially infect dogs or cats, but experts say the risk is extremely low

Yes, bird flu could potentially infect dogs or cats, but experts say the risk is extremely low

Bird flu cases are surging in the U.S., spreading to more than 30 states, and one 11Alive viewer wanted to know whether she should be worried when it comes to her pets at home?

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