Pet Vaccines

The vaccination of your pet aids in preventing potentially fatal infections.

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Pet Vaccines

Vaccines aid in defending your pet from fatal infectious infections. Vaccines against harmful diseases have helped millions of animals throughout the years and nearly wiped out several deadly illnesses that were once widespread. Unvaccinated dogs and cats are nonetheless seriously at risk from a variety of infectious diseases. Despite the fact that vaccine programs have been very effective and vaccinations are now regular, we as pet parents and you as carers cannot afford to let up on maintaining the immunization records of our furry friends.

Although there are many vaccines available for use in dogs and cats, not every creature needs every vaccine. While certain vaccines are optional and may be suggested for pets based on a number of variables, including their risk of exposure to disease, some vaccines are considered core vaccines and should be given to all pets. As travel habits and other factors evolve over a pet’s lifetime, vaccination guidelines may also alter. When deciding which vaccinations your pet needs, we will take into account all of these variables.

It is especially important to vaccinate puppies and kittens at around 8, 11, and 14 weeks of age to help support their immune system as they grow and develop, and then booster vaccinations once they are adult dogs and cats.  The core vaccinations for dogs include Rabies, Distemper, and Bordetella with optional vaccines based on your pet’s lifestyle.  For cats, core vaccinations include Feline Distemper, Leukemia, and Rabies.  Oral parasite treatment (deworming) is also important for treating gastrointestinal parasites, and young puppies and kittens are particularly susceptible to parasitic infections.  If you have questions about what is recommended for your dog or cat, we are here to help! 

It is especially important to vaccinate puppies and kittens at approximately 8, 11, and 14 weeks of age to help support their immune system as they grow and develop, and then administer booster vaccinations once they reach adulthood. The core vaccinations for dogs include Rabies, Distemper, and Bordetella, with optional vaccines available based on your pet’s lifestyle. For cats, core vaccinations include Feline Distemper, Leukemia, and Rabies. Oral parasite treatment (deworming) is also important for preventing and treating gastrointestinal parasites, particularly in young puppies and kittens who are more susceptible to parasitic infections. If you have inquiries regarding recommended vaccinations or treatments for your dog or cat, we are available to provide assistance.

Vaccinations
Rabies $20
DA2PP $35
Bordetella $30
Lyme $40
Leptospirosis $35
Heartworm test $30
Feline Distemper $35
Feline Leukemia $35
FIV/FeLV test $45