Dog flu, or H3N8 virus, is a contagious respiratory disease in dogs caused by a specific Type A influenza virus referred to as a “canine influenza virus.” This is a disease of dogs, not of humans. But, just like with humans, dog flu is contagious among dogs. We are starting to hear about and see dog flu more and more, and we want to protect your dog against it. It has been reported that the canine flu has hit 34 states across the country, including Pennsylvania, in areas such as Montgomery County.
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The canine influenza vaccine is a USDA-approved vaccine. It is a 2-part vaccine, the second shot being a booster. Each shot is $20 and administered 2-4 weeks apart. Other vets offer this vaccine for more than double the price we are offering it, so call today to schedule an appointment to protect your pooch: 610-566-1370 x0. No wellness check required.