Kelli Fabick holds her mother's Australian Silky Terrier, Zoey, as veterinarian Sarah Hormuth administers a canine flu shot. The N.C. Veterinary Medical Association says dogs should be vaccinated if they visit dog parks, spas or boarding facilities.
Kelli Fabick holds her mother's Australian Silky Terrier, Zoey, as veterinarian Sarah Hormuth administers a canine flu shot. The N.C. Veterinary Medical Association says dogs should be vaccinated if they visit dog parks, spas or boarding facilities. Laurie Skrivan TNS
Kelli Fabick holds her mother's Australian Silky Terrier, Zoey, as veterinarian Sarah Hormuth administers a canine flu shot. The N.C. Veterinary Medical Association says dogs should be vaccinated if they visit dog parks, spas or boarding facilities. Laurie Skrivan TNS

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