Canine Influenza Vaccines
In an effort to better protect the dogs that frequent our facility, we will now require all boarding, grooming and daycare dogs be vaccinated for Canine Influenza. If VCA Durant Road Animal Hospital is not your veterinarian, please be sure you pet is vaccinated with the bivalent vaccine (H3N2 & H3N8). We understand it takes time to get vaccines scheduled so staring May 15th we will be enforcing this requirement.
5/24/2019 11:28:45 pm
Do I need to be concerned about putting my dog in day care or boarding it at a kennel?
11/21/2019 07:05:41 pm
Vaccines are important, especially if you want to be a great pet owner. If you don't get your pets vaccinated, then there is a huge risk of them getting sick. I know that some of the vaccines cost a lot, but they are worth it. If you really want the best for both you and your pet, then I really suggest that you have them vaccinated. It is better to prevent something bad from happening rather than treating it when it does.
6/29/2020 02:26:18 am
I have browsed most of your posts. This post is probably where I got the most useful information for my research. Thanks for posting, maybe we can see more on this.
Thanks for helping me understand that direct contact, coughing, and sneezing can be some of the ways for canine influenza to spread. I will make sure that I will get pet vaccinations for the dog that I will get this year to ensure its protection. With the right vaccines, my dog will not easily get infected or will be able to fight the virus effectively if there is a carrier around.
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