* Dogs that are boarded or go to doggie daycare facilities
* Dogs that are groomed
* Dogs that are walked on trails or other highly trafficed dog areas
* Dogs that live in the city or multiple dog buildings
* Dogs that go to pet stores
* Dogs that go to dog shows or events
* Dogs at risk For Canine Influenza Virus (CIV) H3N2 & H3N8
Current recommendations are to vaccinate all at risk dogs against H3N2 & H3N8. Patients who have not previously received either vaccine should receive both H3N2 & H3N8 vaccines, followed by a booster of both vaccines in three weeks. We currently have stock of the Bivalent CIV H3N2/H3N8 vaccine and can vaccinate your dog on an as needed basis. If you are not sure if the vaccine is right for your dog, call to speak with one of technicians. This is not considered a core vaccine and should be given to dogs on an at risk basis.