Kennel Cough: The Beach Dog Protocol
Rest assured that The Beach Dog Daycare is hyper-vigilant in keeping updated vaccines to ensure the safety of all the dogs at daycare. We always recommend that you speak to your pet's veterinarian for the best care and practices for your furry family member. If your dog received the booster via injection, it can return to daycare immediately. Any dog that receives the nasal spray must wait 10 days before they come to daycare. Above and beyond required vaccines and boosters, The Beach Dog keeps all surfaces clean daily. We are proud users of High Performance 256 disinfectants. This product is used all over the United States and by professional facilities, including dog breeders, kennels, and veterinary practices. This multi-purpose disinfectant provides area control of staph, salmonella, E. coli, bordetella bronchiseptica, adenovirus, canine distemper, feline picornavirus, HIV-1, infectious bovine rhinotracheitis, rabies, herpes, pseudorabies, respiratory syncytia, streptococcus - even canine parvovirus! Lastly, our staff is trained in red-flagging symptoms and understanding dog behavior. Should a dog show early signs the staff will quarantine your dog and contact the owner immediately. Should any Beach Dog be diagnosed with kennel cough, they must obtain verification from their veterinarian before returning to daycare. The safety of the daycare and all the dogs are equally important and always our top priority.