TABLE 2 

Characteristics of canines from which IAVs were isolated in Guangxi, China

BreedDog residence
(prefecture)a
Date
(mo/day/yr)
Sexb,cAgecSymptom(s)c,dIsolateGenotype
SamoyedWZ10/1/2013F2 moCoughing, nasal discharge,
low appetite
A/canine/Guangxi/WZ1/2013(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw1)
Caucasian shepherd dogWZ10/1/2013M3 moCoughing, purulent nasal
discharge
A/canine/Guangxi/WZ2/2013(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw2)
PomeranianWZ10/4/2013M1.5 yrCoughing, nasal discharge,
low appetite
A/canine/Guangxi/WZ11/2013(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw1)
English sheepdogHC10/18/2013M1.8 yrFever (41.5°C), low appetite,
fatigue, conjunctivitis
A/canine/Guangxi/HC18/2013(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw1)
UnknownFCG10/19/2013NANANAA/canine/Guangxi/DX29/2013(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw1)
LabradorQZ10/23/2013M5 moNasal dischargeA/canine/Guangxi/QZ5/2013(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw2)
Golden retrieverLZ11/23/2013M2 yrCough and dyspnea, nasal
discharge, hematozoonosis
A/canine/Guangxi/LZ317/2013(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw1)
Rural dogCZ9/14/2014F7 yrNone (healthy)A/canine/Guangxi/PX11/2014(H?N1)CIV-H?N1e
UnknownNN12/27/2014F3 moNasal discharge, conjunctivitisA/canine/Guangxi/NN45/2014(H1N2)CIV-H1N2r
PoodleLZ1/15/2015F3 moCCV/CDV(+), cough, nasal
discharge
A/canine/Guangxi/LZ20/2015(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw1)
Alaskan malamuteLZ1/18/2015M3 moFever (39.6°C), nasal discharge,
low appetite
A/canine/Guangxi/LZ21/2015(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw1)
SamoyedLZ1/20/2015M3 moFever (40°C), CPV(+), vomiting,
diarrhea, nasal discharge
A/canine/Guangxi/LZ36/2015(H1N1)CIV-H1N1r
Stray dogLZ1/22/2015M6 moCough, nasal dischargeA/canine/Guangxi/LZ45/2015(H3N2)CIV-H3N2r
Border collieLZ1/25/2015M3 moCDV/CPV(+), nasal dischargeA/canine/Guangxi/LZ52/2015(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw1)
SamoyedLZ1/20/2015M2 moCCV/CPV(+), nasal discharge,
diarrhea
A/canine/Guangxi/LZ56/2015(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw1)
DalmatianNN8/11/2015F2 moRunny nose, conjunctivitis A/canine/Guangxi/NNTW15/2015(H1N1)CIV-H1N1(sw2)
  • a WZ, Wuzhou; HC, Hechi; FCG, Fanchenggang; QZ, Qinzhou; LZ, Liuzhou; CZ, Chongzuo; NN, Nanning.

  • b F, female; M, male.

  • c NA, not available.

  • d Canine parvovirus (CPV), canine distemper virus (CDV), canine coronavirus (CCV); CCV/CDV(+), positive for CCV or CDV.

  • e Most likely CIV-H1N1(sw1), based on the seven genome segments that were successfully sequenced and close phylogenetic relationship to swine viruses with the CIV-H1N1(sw1)-like genotype.