Kennel Cough Vaccine Archives

Meet Trigger a Greyhound currently available for adoption at! 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 / / – Bullcanes We specialized in the breeding of english & french bulldogs And Yorkshire terrier. Avid microchip. Each pup…

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, 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}

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.