Consult with your veterinarian to customize a vaccination plan that best suits the needs of your pet, based upon age, breed, overall health, lifestyle.
An initial vaccination of the H3N2/H3N8 bivalent followed by a booster in 2-4 weeks, then annually thereafter is the protocol for vaccinating dogs for protection from the canine flu.
Any dog that has a confirmed diagnosis of the Canine Flu will be quarantined for approximately 28 days. The dog will become very sick and could very possibly die. The cost of a hospital quarantine and treatment could range from $7,000.00 to $12,000.00 with no guarantee that the dog will recover or survive. Dogs with Canine Flu are contagious before they exhibit symptoms. Canine Flu in San Diego