Vaccination protects cats and dogs from various viral and bacterial illnesses. Your veterinarian will design a vaccination program for your pet to protect them from diseases common in your area. To safeguard kittens and puppies against infections, they frequently require an initial vaccine followed by booster doses.
Several diseases that might harm dogs and cats can be avoided with adequate pet immunizations. One of the keys to a long and healthy life for your pet is to get them on the appropriate routine as soon as possible. Vaccines are proteins that stimulate the immune system to prepare it to combat specific pathogens. They function in two ways: to lessen the severity of such diseases if they occur and to totally avoid infection.
No single immunization regimen will be optimal for every pet in every situation, which is why we will work with you and your pet on an individual basis to ensure they are getting exactly what they need to be healthy. Our doctors and staff are well-versed in veterinary vaccines and can provide the finest advice to help your pet live a longer life.
Vaccines can help prevent our pets from a variety of dangerous infectious diseases. Vaccines against hazardous diseases have saved millions of pets and nearly eliminated several fatal illnesses that were once widespread.
Canine Distemper, Adenovirus, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza, Leptospirosis, and Rabies are the core canine immunizations. Dogs are required by law to have a rabies vaccination (beginning after 12 weeks old) and boosted every one to three years, depending on the vaccine used. We will discuss your dog’s lifestyle and risk factors to determine if he or she should also receive the Bordatella, Influenza, or Lyme vaccine.
Feline Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus, Panleukopenia, and Rabies are the core feline immunizations. Cats are required by law to have a rabies vaccination (beginning after 12 weeks old) and boosted every one to three years, depending on the vaccine used. We will discuss your cat’s lifestyle and risk factors to determine if he or she should also receive the feline leukemia vaccine.