June 2, 2017 St. Augustine and Jacksonville Veterinarian

H3N2 (Canine Flu): What Pet Owners Need To Know

The University of Florida has confirmed over one dozen cases of canine influenza virus A (H3N2 CIV) in North Florida since the end of May 2017.

As a result of this, we will be offering A COMPLIMENTARY OFFICE VISIT for patients wanting to update their vaccine status to include our bivalent canine flu vaccine (covering both the H3N2 and H3N8 canine flu viruses) through June 16, 2017.

Read more below, or click to download the full PDF.

Get in touch with us!

Give us a call, come in for a visit, or use the form below to contact us online and we will get in touch with you soon! If it is during business hours, or if your matter is urgent, please contact us by phone and do NOT use the form below!

Latest News

We were fortunate to have helped Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Rescue vet every dog when they were called to rescue 30 dogs from one home.

The dogs have now been dewormed, received shots, and been heartworm tested. Some had skin issues that were also attended to. Then each dog had their toenails clipped and a bath.

Please read the full story here.