Kennel Cough Vaccine Archives

Meet Trigger a Greyhound currently available for adoption at Petango.com! 9/15/2011 2:52:20 PM

LHS Resident Since: 7/30/11* *Adoption Price: 0.00* *Current Weight: 65 pounds* *History: Surrendered because owner was transferred due to Military.* *Me…

Zeus Yorkshire Terrier For Sale / www.bullcanes.net / ceo@bullcanes.net

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Whooping Cough Vaccine

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Lily Rose and Welly enjoying the sun :-)

Here’s our gorgeous Lily Rose (the little brindle girl), still looking for a home although she has someone very interested but because she’s had kennel cough we haven’t been able to do the dog to dog intro yet – so if you like the look of her please do get in touch as she may be available! Please message us here, email jane@myforeverhome.co.uk, or contact Jane on 07887 426997 if interested, and please share if you can’t take her yourself. All the usual things apply, home visit and rehoming fee, and she is vaccinated, will be speyed by us as she’s not long since finished her season, she is microchipped, wormed etc. Thanks for reading xx

Montgomery County Animal Rescue Offering Free Vaccinations

DAYTON–Several pet owners brought their furry friends to the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center today. Anyone on public assistance got their shots free of charge, but everyone else still got a deal. Shots were only five dollars per animal. The center says these shots are essential to keep pets healthy throughout the year.If your pet spends a little time outdoors, can come in contact with just about any type of disease, so were vaccinated the most common pet-malities today, said Mark Kumpf, Director of the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center.Protection from common illnesses like kennel cough, the parva virus, and respiratory diseases were covered in today’s vaccinations.

Treacle Coughing

Poor Treacle has Kennel Cough, an unpleasant infection of the respiratory tract. Do you notice how unusual his cough sounds?

Jasper~Louis takes a stroll

Jasper! Louis is now save at our vet in quarantine for two weeks. Since he has kennel cough he can’t be with other dogs even if they are vaccinated, they can get sick too! He is extremely under weight, has a rotten mouth that he will need several teeth extracted, a heart murmur that may improve a bit once the oral infection is cleared up. We did a full blood panel and urinalysis, should have results Monday. He will need a electrocardiograph (0) before he can have any surgery (neuter & dental) PLEASE DONATE FOR HIS CARE! *We are taking donations to our vet Nobhill Animal Hospital 954-226-5777 please make sure your donation is under GET A LIFE PET RESCUE! We will adjust the ChipIn amount as we receive donations to the vet. CLICK} prima.chipin.com

Rare dog flu hits the Capital Region

Chris GloningerBALLSTON SPA — It’s a relatively new virus for canines. “It’s been out there since 2004,” said Dr. Stephanie Todd from the Harmony Veterinary Clinic. Doctor Stephanie Todd is talking about canine influenza. “There are hot beds of it in New York City, especially in Brooklyn and in Denver, Colorado,” said Todd. Doctor Todd diagnosed the first confirmed case in the capital region and it all has to do with ‘Superstorm Sandy.’ “At least one truck load of dogs came up here after Sandy. The people really wanted to help the dogs, because the shelters down there are over filled. They needed to ship the dogs to other areas the trouble is you can import diseases that way,” said Todd. The virus isn’t spread through the air, but an infected canine can be highly contagious. “This virus is easily spread by contact with body fluids – sharing food dishes, water dishes,” said Todd. Doctor Todd told CBS6 that you’ll need to take your dog to the vet if he or she is experiencing a dry cough, the first symptom. It’s something to take seriously, since it can turn into pneumonia, which can be deadly. “The dogs with the short noses – the Bulldogs and the Boston terriers are at a higher risk,” said Todd. Todd does recommend that your dog be vaccinated if your holiday travel plans take you to Denver or New York City.CBS6 StaffEven mans best friend can be under the weather.Our partners at The Daily Gazette report that local veterinarians are seeing an influx of dogs infected by

Ossum the Awesome fighting through Distemper. Comes quick, is very hard to fight once they get it, and is extremely fatal as well as very contagious to all other animals so get yours protected. Broke? Look for discount days near pet stores, Google for local pet clinics which could help. Get to the Vet. Get meds for what they can help with. We’re dosing her up with everything vitamin, goats milk, salmon, anything labeled brain health. Get Vaseline for nose, pads. Get pads for potty accidents. Be patient, give love, but make sure before this happens to get vaccinated. This girl from the local pound and was sick upon arriving at her new home. Diagnosed first as Kennel Cough, which was treated and seemed to be going away, and then BAM.

Anrich Hounds for Heroes

For every kennel cough vaccination we do, we will donate 25p to Hounds for Heroes. Pfizer promotion.

Maggie Needs a Rescue Space

MAGGIE SBT female, speyed, 5yrs old, Marvelous Maggie is a wonderfully steady, calm and graceful girl. Maggie has an infectious smile and a personality to match. Very obedient and eager to please, Maggie is also very food orientated so training her would be easy. Poor Maggie is worried by some dogs and has scars on her head which suggest she has been attacked by another dog at some point so would be best off as the only dog in the house. Maggie appears to have had surgery on her back leg recently but you wouldn’t know it the way she bombs around in the paddock! She is fully vacinated inc Kennel cough.

How To Give A Puppy A Vaccination Shot

Here is a step by step tutorial on how to give your puppy an immunization 5 way shot and kennel cough nasal drops. for more info contact russ of MbBullies at djhype510@gmail.com

Video update on dog/canine Parainfluenza outbreak in Mobile and Baldwin Counties,Walksandwags.com

walksandwags.com, http villageanimalclinic 251-661-6189 This is the lasted conclusion of the recent outbreak of Parainfluenza in Mobile and Baldwin counties.If they HAVE NOT had the vaccine in the LAST 6 months. Where we see the problem is this; if the parainfluenza vaccine date is more than 6 months ago they are susceptible. Call your vet and schedule your babies vaccine. Call Village Animal Clinic at 251-661-6189 Walksandwags.com,If your dog usually spends the day at home alone while everyone else is at work, gift him or her a day out of the house at Walks and Wags (WalksAndWags.com). This full service doggy daycare facility in Mobile offers canines a fun-filled, social environment that fosters health and happiness.

Video interview of Parainfluenza,dog,canine Kennel Cough,outbreak in Mob./Bald.Counties,WalksandWags

walksandwags.com ,http Walks and Wags interviews,Dr. Roxy Leslie DVM of Village Animal Clinic to answer questions all of us have in regards to Dog Kennel Cough and the parainfluenza .There has been a recent outbreak in Baldwin and Mobile counties. Knowledge is power. The more we are educate ourselves about this, the happier and healthier our furry kids will be . Dogs that go to dog parks, groomers, boarding facilities social or not, are at risk. How does it spread? What to do if my dog gets it. Dr. Leslie working with Pfizer to see if this is a new strain of the virus. If your dog has either, a responsible dog owner needs to keep their dog home 4-6 weeks from any social parks and or daycare.Learn how its transmitted.Learn how often do you need to have your dog take vaccinated? If you have any questions you can contact us at. cindie@walksandwags.com roxyleslie@yahoo.com Follow WALKSANDWAGS on Facebook at facebook.com Follow DR. Roxy Leslie DVM on Facebook at http cindie@walksandwags.com roxyleslie@yahoo.com

Cody prepares for a vet visit to enable hands-off restraint approach.

New Puppy Information for Pet Owners In Wayne, New Jersey – Tri-County Animal Hospital

tricountyah.com Tri-County Animal Hospital in Wayne, NJ provides a video detailing what new puppy owners should expect. First, this video will review vaccinations for your new puppy. Puppies require 3 sets of vaccines – with each set administered aproximately 3 to 4 weeks apart from each other. These vaccines include DHPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Para-influenza, Parvovirus) Rabies Vaccine – In Wayne, New Jersey, dogs are required by law to be vaccinated against Rabies Virus Bordetella Vaccine (Kennel Cough) Lymes Vaccine Leptospirosis Vaccine Parainfluenza Vaccine Next, you will learn about intestinal worms and fecal exams for puppies. After that, we discuss heartworms (a parasite of the blood that affects a dog’s heart and lungs) and why you should start your puppy on heartworm prevention early. Proper canine dental care is an important aspect that is covered in this short video. Learn about the importance of brushing your dog’s teeth regularly and starting when he is a pup. Flea and tick control is mentioned. Ticks are prevalent in New Jersey and carry lyme disease. Make sure your dog is protected. House Breaking and Training your new pup is also discussed. You can further detail on this topic in our other Youtube Videos. And Lastly – we review the importance of spaying (female dogs) or neutering (male dogs) your puppy if you have no intention in breeding him or her.

Callie’s Puppies Week 6

Today the puppies will receive their first puppy shots to vaccinate them against harmful infections such as Parvo, distemper, kennel cough, etc. These vaccinations do NOT prevent the puppy from contracting a disease. They only aid the puppy to build antibodies against it. Puppies need to be vaccinated once every 2-4 weeks until they reach adult hood. Booster shots are recommended after that. Before receiving their vaccinations however, the puppies will be de-wormed right before lunch time. I don’t want to overload their system so vaccinating will be done this evening after they’ve had time to digest everything very well.

Simba’s getting his Vaccine

So, this time I’m positive that I will be doing Simba’s shots. After a few times going to the dog park I saw a sign! About dogs/cats vaccine. & I am going to get Simba vaccine ASAP! I won’t be going to the vet for his shots because of how much it costs. The vaccine I’m getting for Simba is for a GREAT price!! You cant go wrong with a great price!! (: I will also be doing another video of when I take him to do his shots. I will try to do his shots this months!! (: Vaccines/Prices: Rabies 5-in-1 (DHLPP) Bordetella (Kennel cough) Deworm (roundworms) Total: But I will be doing the dog package which is only ! *****Remember the dog shots prices depends on where your located!***** ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you could please help me out by liking this video, it would mean a lot! 🙂 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Links: My FaceBook: www.facebook.com KrazyHyperGeorge: www.youtube.com PetEntries {sub for sub}: www.youtube.com 101DogCares: www.youtube.com My Collab: www.youtube.com Instagarm: GeorgePetLover ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Mutt & Kitty Vote for Vaccination—Canine cough in the big city!

New York City always has a buzzing social scene, so there’s no better place for Mutt and Kitty to talk about a social dog’s worst enemy, canine cough. This highly infectious disease can affect just about any dog, but dogs that spend time with other playmates are at a high risk. Talk to your veterinarian today to see how you can protect your pup from canine cough. To learn more, visit www.mypet.com. The Vote for Vaccination campaign is presented by Nobivac® vaccines for cats and dogs, offering essential protection for essential bonds. Merck Animal Health 556 Morris Avenue Summit, New Jersey 07901 USA Phone: 800 521 5767 www.merck-animal-health-usa.com © 2012 Luna Puppets. Copyright © 2012 Intervet Inc., a subsidiary of Merck and Co,. Inc. All rights reserved. Intervet Inc. d/b/a Merck Animal Health, Summit, NJ 07901.

Foster Day 3 with Rosie!

~Update~ Rosie is doing just fine now! 🙂 This video was re-uploaded because it didn’t post properly the first time. She has since fully recovered from her little cold and is doing wonderful! (My adult dogs had already received the Bordatella vaccine before I brought her home, and thankfully didn’t catch anything!) A little update from our third day of fostering Rosie! (Rosie is a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever.) Twitter: @LydiaNichole85 Blog: www.lydianichole.blogspot.com