NOW OFFERING HOME DELIVERY THROUGH VETSOURCE AND HILLS TO HOME!
Get all your pet foods and prescriptions shipped right to your door!
All Hills deliveries through the end of the year on autoship are 30% OFF your first shipment!!!
Hills to home:
Conveniently located in Billings, MT!
(406) 860 - 2196
WE MAKE HOUSECALLS!
1033a S. 29th St. W, 59102
Our service exceeds expectations with a
friendly staff, and extended office hours
The doctors here at Vet-To-Go are down-to-earth and truly caring.
Our doctors start with the least invasive treatment methods to ensure the safety and emotional stability of your beloved pets.
We offer high quality products, including food, medications, toys, and collars/leashes from Lupine and Magruders brands.
We treat and board ALL breeds
of dogs and cats!
We offer the highest quality treatment for the
lowest possible prices! Our progressive treatment method guarantees you pay less for most services,
while benefiting from over 30 years of combined experience...
AND we make HOUSECALLS?!
Vet-To-Go is inexpensive, knowledgeable,
VET-TO-GO HAS CANINE FLU VACCINATIONS AVAILABLE
H3N2 + H3N8 Vaccination
(Includes a full exam by a licensed veterinarian)
H3N2 + H3N8 Booster Vaccination (Vaccination only)
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
According to the Independent Record on January 12, 2016, it was confirmed that a dog in Helena, Montana tested positive for the H3N2 virus. The H3N2 Virus is the newer of the two strains of the canine flu virus and was first discovered in the United States in 2015. It is strongly recommended that dogs get vaccinated for both strains of the canine flu (H3N2 and H3N8) if your dog is exposed to other dogs, grooming facilities, boarding facilities and dog parks. Additionally, it is important that dogs with compromised immune systems, older dogs and puppies get vaccinated as well as they are considered high-risk for diseases. Canine flu is highly contagious and is spread by contaminated objects, through the air and on clothing. Although the disease is highly contagious, it does have a low mortality rate.
HOW DO THE TWO STRAINS DIFFER?
The H3N8 virus is closely related to equine influenza and eventually mutated into the canine strain.
The H3N2 virus is identical to the H3N2 strain in Asia which was directly transferred from the avian bird flu.
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?
Discharge from eyes and/or nose
If you are unable to make the clinic, flu vaccinations are also available by appointment. The prices for the vaccinations will remain the same.
*Information obtained from the avma.org and helenair.com websites*
Concerned about piling your furry family into the car?
Expecting an important phone call?
Waiting for the school bus?
Let us come to you!
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