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St. Augustine Animal Clinic now has the latest vaccination to treat the H3N2 Flu strain that has been recently spreading in Florida. Schedule an appointment to ensure your dog has the latest protection against this new flu strain. (904) 824-5454


The University of Florida is treating several dogs for a strain of canine influenza not yet seen in Florida.
A new strain of dog flu, H3N2, has been seen more and more in Florida recently. Current vaccines will only protect your dog from the H3N8 strain that has been seen in Florida for many years.
St. Augustine Animal Clinic will have the updated vaccination available next week. Call us to learn more and make sure to get your pet the latest vaccinations! (904) 824-5454
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We are still without power. We are doing everything we can to reach out to those with appointments despite our issues with battery backups and generators. We appreciate the loyalty and patience of our clients and we are hopeful to be back to normal by next week once power is restored. If needed we will add some extended hours to catch up. Thank you again for your patience.
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Keep clean and fresh water out for pets and monitor them to make sure they’re drinking enough of it throughout the day. If your pet is finicky, we can offer tips to entice them into drinking more. However, they may also be suffering from a health condition that needs to be addressed, so let us know if you’re concerned about your pet’s water intake!
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While our clinic is not damaged we are without power. We will reopen as soon as power is restored. The St Augustine Regional Veterinary Emergency Clinic is reopening today (904) 797-5770. They may have difficulty with their phones as well. Our hearts go out to all those that were impacted by Hurricane Irma and we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Thank you, Dr. Jack
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Is what you're feeding your pet safe? Is their kibble meeting all of their nutritional needs? Come to us with questions on how to feed your pet the best diet for their health needs!
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So true! There's nothing quite like some alone time enjoyed with a furry friend. Show them your appreciation by keeping them healthy with regular veterinary visits.
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Digging Doggies explained!
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"Barney" came for his Happy Hour Special
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Some pet behaviors could be emotionally based, while others are health related. Bring pets who are exhibiting unusual or problematic behaviors in so we can treat any health conditions that could be the culprit.
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Finding access to fresh water and pet food while you're traveling or out with your pet for the day can be challenging. Be prepared and bring some along with you to keep them hydrated and energized!
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