September’s Monthly Special: Canine Flu Vaccines

Protect Fido from the Flu
Canine Influenza H3N8 is a new, highly contagious virus. The first case was reported in Florida in March 2003. Virtually every dog exposed to the virus will become infected because there is no natural immunity to it yet. Symptoms include fever, nasal discharge, and a persistent cough that may last for up to a month. About twenty percent of infected dogs develop pneumonia. Luckily, there is a vaccine available to prevent the spread of Canine Flu. Dogs that are exposed to other dogs while boarding at a kennel, going to doggie daycare, participating in training classes, playing at the dog park, visiting a groomer, or even shopping at the pet store should be vaccinated.

Get $5 OFF EACH CANINE INFLUENZA VACCINE during the month of September! We will also take $5 OFF OF THE EXAMINATION FEE. Dogs need a series of 2 vaccines within a 2-4 week period, and then they are revaccinated annually.