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There is now a vaccine for the new strain of Canine Influenza (H3N2)! We still recommend vaccinating your dog with the previous canine influenza vaccine (H3N8). Any place where dogs unknown to you congregate in large numbers confers an increased risk to your dog, such as boarding kennels, dog shows, traveling, going to dog parks, training classes and performance competitions. Dogs that have diseases or treatments that suppress the immune system (e.g. corticosteroids, cancer, etc) are at higher risk. The virus does not survive well in the environment, so there is little risk of infection if a dog is mostly at home.
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The Walker Veterinary Hospital is committed to providing the highest level of professional veterinary care, client education and customer support available. Focused on continuous improvement and ongoing quality control, our staff is committed to providing outstanding customer service, encouraging individual and team development, and maintaining an upbeat hospital environment where tails wag, and clients and staff find reasons to smile!
At Walker Veterinary Hospital, we believe in a proactive and preventative care approach tailored to each individual patient with an emphasis on wellness that includes proper nutritional care, annual blood screenings, modified vaccine protocols for adult pets, and parasite prevention. Everything we do - from the careful design of our hospital to the selection of our staff - is done to ensure the comfort and well-being of our patients and their owners. From routine to advance care, we are proud to offer the very best in veterinary medicine.
Dr. Melanie Walker
Waller Veterinarian | Walker Veterinary Hospital | 936-931-2244
38111 Highway 290
Waller, TX 77484
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