It has sadly been confirmed from Rollins Laboratories that a dog from the Raleigh area has died due to the Canine Influenza Virus that is unfortunately spreading. We have decided to start vaccinating higher risk dogs for this (those who go to dog parks, board at kennels/shelters, goes to dog shows/events, gets groomed etc.) and we will have the vaccine in stock later this week. This article is extremely informative and worth the read. As noted in the article, 80% of all dogs exposed to the virus will contract it. Symptoms are lethargy, inappetence, hacking cough and discharge from the eyes and nose.
If you are interested in having your dog vaccinated against this virus call or email to make an appointment. The vaccine requires a booster shot two weeks after the initial vaccination. We wish you and your wonderful canine companions only happy and healthy days ahead!

http://www.akc.org/content/news/articles/canine-influenza-virus-notice/