Canine flu vaccine, it’s official

elaine | June 14, 2010

Nearly one million doses of the canine influenza vaccine have been given, now the USDA has granted it a full license.
The vaccine “Nobivac Canine Flu H3N8” was given a conditional license last year and with the growing concern over canine influenza, it has become a regular vaccination regimen for many dog owners.
With the dogs vaccinated [...]

Cascade vaccination clinic coming up this weekend

elaine | March 11, 2010

It is starting to warm up and that means dogs and there owners will be out more and wildlife will be out too. It is important to make sure your pet is vaccinated and in order to promote public health and animal welfare the Cascade Volunteer Fire Department will be holding its Annual Vaccination Clinic [...]

H1N1 cases now confirmed in dogs

elaine | December 2, 2009

Some dogs now have confirmed H1N1.   The two dogs were diagnosed by the China Agricultural University at the end of November.  We knew it would happen, after all, swine flu has been found in many mammals including cats, ferrets, pigs, and of course, people.  I posted a story about this when it first crossed over into [...]