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

German Shepherd Puppy – Kennel Cough at 5 months

Caught kennel cough (respiratory infection). Treated him with Children’s Benadryl (syrup), vet injection, amoxicillin, chicken broth and humidifier with Vicks. Thought this might help others see the signs/symptoms…always consult your vet first.

Video update on dog/canine Parainfluenza outbreak in Mobile and Baldwin Counties,, 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,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 ( 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 ,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. Follow WALKSANDWAGS on Facebook at Follow DR. Roxy Leslie DVM on Facebook at http

Video update Dog Parainfluenza outbreak WalksandWags, Villa, http Symptoms of parainfluenza virus included many general symptoms seen in other infections, viruses and diseases.This virus is commonly mistaken for kennel cough ,as the symptoms between the two are’s important to keep in mind that kennel cough usually produces no additional symptoms, other than the cough.symptoms to look for when parainfluenza virus is suspected are as follows, : Dry or hacking cough, that may worsen with activity, fever, difficulty with breathing, wheezing, runny nose, sneezing,runny eyes, eye inflammation, or conjunctivitis, possible pneumonia with depression,loss of appetite. And lethargy. DIAGNOSIS AND DIFFERENTIAYION When parainfluenza virus is suspected but only a cough exists, certain tests will be required to differentiate between kennel cough and the more serious parainfluenza virus.

Gavin DePaw –Brain Damaged Setter Puppy

From 1-07-11 You can see in this video how Gavin was showing some neurological issues–not being able to hold his head up and always wanting to swing his head left and right. We started him on doxycycline because of the suspicion of him being in fected with Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

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 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.