There have been a number of cases of Canine Influenza Virus (CIV) in the East Bay. Cases of been reported at both Oakland Animal Services as well as East Bay SPCA. There are unconfirmed reports of CIV in the East Bay local community. At this time there are no confirmed cases of CIV in San Francisco.
Pet Camp's number one objective is the health and safety of your pets. For the past year all dogs have been required to be vaccinated against CIV. While the vaccine is not 100% effective it has been shown to reduce the spread and severity of CIV. Pet Camp can not protect your dog without your help. If your dog is coughing, lethargic, has a mucus discharge, reduced appetite or a high fever PLEASE seek veterinary attention and keep your dog home from day or overnight care.
You may also want to consider not bringing your dog to a dog park (where there a un-vaccinated dogs), allowing your dog to greet unknown dogs while on walks, sharing water bowls or toys, as dogs can be contagious prior to showing symptoms.
We understand that keeping our dog at home may require a change in your work or vacation plans, please reach out to us as we may be able to provide in-home care for a dog that should not be around other dogs.
Thank you for helping us keep all of San Francisco's dogs healthy and safe.
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