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The Mission of the Prairie Oak Veterinary Center is to protect and maintain the human-companion animal bond through appropriate and specific preventative, medical and surgical care; to provide humane medical attention to any creature furred, feathered or scaled, domestic or wild; and to guide, assist, and counsel clients through the process of pet loss whenever necessary.

 

***5/3/2016 Update: New Dog Flu Cases Reported in B-N***

We do have confirmed cases of Canine Influenza here in Bloomington-Normal. We are currently in the process of having samples tested to determine which strain is infecting our patients.

Pets at risk include dogs that go to boarding/daycare facilities, groomers, dog parks, etc. Young, elderly or immunocompromised dogs are especially at risk.

Until we have confirmation as to which strain we currently have here in B-N, we recommend vaccinating at risk pets for CIV H3N8 (the older Florida strain) and H3N2 (the newer Chicago strain). Each strain has it's own vaccine. Intially our pets will need a series of 2 vaccines given 2-3 weeks apart. Strongest immunity from the vaccine is not until 2 weeks after the 2nd vaccine.

Symptoms of CIV can be similar to other respiratory infections and include coughing, sneezing, lethargy and nasal discharge. Vaccination may not prevent infection but has been shown to lessen the severity and duration of illiness. The young, elderly and immunocompromised may develop more severe illness. Infected dogs should be isolated from other dogs for 21 days.

The well being of our patients is very important to us. We will be updating our page and recommendations as we learn more about the infections in our community.

Please call us at 454-8606 with any questions



For more detailed information regarding CIV, please visit the page below:

https://www.avma.org/KB/Resources/Reference/Pages/Canine-Influenza-Backgrounder.aspx

 

 

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Unparalleled Care

Prairie Oak Veterinary Center knows you consider your pet part of your family, we care for your pet with this in mind. Leveraging the latest medical advancements in veterinary technology, as well as our compassion for all animals we strive to provide sound guidance, and unparalleled care every step of the way.

 
 

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Contact Info

Prairie Oak Veterinary Center
207 B Landmark Drive
Normal, Illinois 61761
(309) 454-8606
(309) 454-7915
Information
[email protected]

Hours of Operation

Days Hours
Mon - Fri: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sat: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sun: Closed

Emergency Info

Prairie Oak Veterinary Center
Emergency & After Hours Number
1-800-512-0826
Animal Emergency Clinic
(309) 665-5020
Days Hours
Mon - Fri: 6:00 pm - 8:00 am
Sat 12:00 pm - Mon 8:00 am
Animal Poison Control Center
Animal Poison Control FAQ
1-888-426-4435

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