Why can't dogs get mononucleosis?


There are actually very, very few diseases or infections that affect both humans and dogs. Most pathogens (e.g. viruses, bacteria) are species-specific, so dog germs can't usually hurt humans, and human germs can't usually hurt dogs. Mononucleosis is
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