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Almost all dogs exposed to the virus become infected, and the majority (80% of infected dogs) develop flu-like illness. Symptoms range from mild to severe: persistent coughing, sneezing, nasal or eye discharge, lethargy, reduced appetite and fever.

Starting August 15, 2017, all dogs receiving ANY services at our Fern Creek Pet Resort and Eastpoint Pet Resort must have two Canine Influenza vaccines (a booster is needed 2-4 weeks after the first vaccine).

We do not provide refunds if you wish to shorten your stay during a peak time.

It only takes one infected dog for an outbreak to occur.

An infected dog can spread the disease for days or weeks after the symptoms have subsided.

The following vaccinations are required prior to or at the time of boarding.

Canine: • Rabies *• DHLPP• Bordetella (required yearly, preferred every six months) **• Canine Influenza (after August 15, 2017, dogs receiving any services must have 2 vaccinations) Feline:• Rabies *• FVRCP*Animals under 4 months of age accepted without Rabies vaccine.

Treatment of Bordatella is typically a round of antibiotics administered by your veterinarian.

Canine influenza virus (CIV), or dog flu, is a highly contagious virus that can affect dogs of any breed, age, sex or health status.

Bedding is changed/washed daily, and high volumes of laundry make it difficult to get personal bedding to pets in a timely manner. The Resorts provide Adult Hill's Science Diet dry pet food.

If you have a puppy and would like puppy food, you will need to bring your own.

Generally, the overall health of the dog will not be affected; they will continue to be alert, show no increase in temperature, and will maintain their appetite.

The risk of Bordatella is higher in a boarding situation due to a large number of dogs confined in an environment together.

Bordatella is an airborne disease caused by the bacteria Bordatella bronchiseptica.