Prevent the Spread of Dog Flu

A simple vaccination can keep your dog and community safe from an outbreak.

A Highly Contagious Respiratory Disease

All it takes is one interaction for your pet to contract Dog Flu.

It Happens So Fast

Almost every dog exposed to the virus will become infected.2

Dog Flu can pass from dog to dog through direct physical contact or from virus particles in the air. It can also be spread through objects that were touched by infected dogs, like toys or water bowls.

Danger Zones

Some of your dog’s favorite places are high risk areas. Dog parks, day cares, boarding facilities and other pet-friendly locations can all pose a threat to your dog.

A Growing Concern For Dogs

States with Reported Cases of Dog Flu

The first confirmed Dog Flu (H3N8 strain) outbreak occurred in Florida at a greyhound racing track. Since then, another strain has emerged (H3N2) and one or both strains have been seen in almost every state in the US.

  • States that had Confirmed Cases of Dog Flu

*Syndromic surveillance data of Cynda Crawford, DVM, PhD, University of Florida; Edward Dubovi, PhD, Cornell University; Sanjay Kapill, DVM, PhD, ACVIM, Oklahoma State University; and IDEXX Laboratories. May 2017.

Last updated 5/2017

Vaccination is Key to Protection

The best treatment approach to canine influenza is effective prevention. Nobivac® Canine Flu Bivalent aids in the control of disease associated with both strains of Dog Flu.

Don't wait, vaccinate.

KNOW THE SYMPTOMS

Dog Flu can be difficult to diagnose and often difficult to treat.

Be aware of the following common signs of Dog Flu:

Steve Dale on Dog Flu

Learn more about the risk and prevention of Dog Flu.

VETgirl Facebook Live

See VETgirl talk about Dog Flu and how you can care for your dog in this 30-minute live video.

TESTIMONIALS

Learn from what other pet owners and professionals have experienced.

Kennel & Boarding Safety Recommendations

Dog Flu is a growing concern across kennels and boarding facilities, learn more about prevention and containment.

AAHA reports on how kennels and boarding facilities are reacting to the Dog Flu outbreak in Trends Magazine.

Are you a Professional?

We have tools and tips to help contain the spread of Dog Flu in your facilities.

About Dog Flu

Read more about Dog Flu origins, treatment, symptoms and prevention.

Locate a Veterinarian

Speak to a pet professional about vaccination and other preventive measures.

2. Crawford C, Spindel M. Canine influenza. In: Miller L, Hurley K, eds. Infectious Disease Management in Animal Shelters. Ames, IA: Wiley-Blackwell; 2009:173-180.