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Come join New Haven Pet Hospital for our Hot-N-Pop Fundraiser for the New Haven Police Department Dogs!

Date: Sunday, June 24th
Time: 1-4 PM
Location: Havenhurst Park 211 North Rufus St New Haven IN

Proceeds benefit the purchase of a Hot-N-Pop, a canine safety product with a temperature alarm and door popper system for the K9 vehicle units used by the New Haven Police Department. Learn more about the Hot-N-Pop here:

Pre-Sale tickets for Andy's Knockout Chicken are available NOW at New Haven Pet Hospital. $7 for chicken, $3 for potatoes, and $10 for both!

Timeline of Events:

1:00-1:30 pictures with K-9's courtesy of Walgreens

1:30-2:00 K-9 unit demonstration

2:00-2:30 pictures with K-9's courtesy of Walgreens

2:30-3:00 Dog contests (longest tail, cutest outfit, etc.)

3;30-4:00 Technician Olympics

We can't wait to see you there!

New Policy Change Regarding the Canine Influenza Virus

We want to alert you to a new policy change that is effective immediately
regarding the canine influenza virus. Canine Influenza, or dog flu, is a
highly contagious viral infection affecting dogs and some cats. At present,
two strains of canine influenza virus have been identified in the United
States: H3N8 and H3N2. This virus mostly causes upper respiratory symptoms
such as coughing, sneezing, and nasal discharge, but it can lead to high
fevers, pneumonia, and even death. Dogs most likely to be affected are
those that are around other dogs for boarding, grooming, doggy day cares,
or dog shows. Outbreaks of the recent influenza strain H3N2 have been noted
in many cities in the midwest and most recently Columbus and Toledo Ohio.
We feel the virus will be seen in Fort Wayne in the near future.
Thankfully, we have a vaccine that covers both strains in dogs.

AT NEW HAVEN PET HOSPITAL. It is a series of two vaccines 2-4 weeks apart
and then yearly thereafter. The Influenza vaccine, just like the Kennel
Cough vaccine, does not gaurantee your dog won't get the virus but the
symptoms should be milder. There is currently no vaccine for cats. Our goal
is to provide the safest care and environment for your furry family

Please call us as soon as possible to get your pet protected. (260)493-3739.
Thank you,
Our Staff at New Haven Pet Hospital