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Dog owners are being warned about a potentially lethal virus that has seen an animal shelter in Cumbria having to quarantine its kennels.
Wetheral Animals Refuge, near Carlisle, has vaccinated all the animals to stop Parvovirus from spreading, but they say dog owners are the key to containing the disease.
An animal refuge centre in Cumbria has been quarantined, as a precaution, after an outbreak of a potentially deadly virus.
Wetheral Animal Refuge have vaccinated all the animals to stop the virus from spreading after cases of Canine Parvovirus have been reported across the UK.
Their director, David Jordan, says it's not hard to stop the disease from spreading.
An animal refuge centre has partly closed after an outbreak of the deadly Parvovirus.
Wetheral Animal Refuge have vaccinated all the animals to stop the virus from spreading, but director David Jordan says dog owners are key to containing the disease
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Dog owners are warned about an outbreak of the potentially deadly Canine Parvovirus. ITV Border have been finding out exactly what it is.