Vaccinations

Vaccinations and Health Checks

 

Vaccinations are a vital part of your pet's health, providing essential preventative care. 

Unvaccinated pets are at a much higher risk of contracting infectious diseases that could otherwise be avoided. 

Vaccinations should be done yearly in cats and dogs, or 6-monthly in rabbits. Puppies and kittens will need several boosters, so please call the clinic to discuss where your pet is up to and what they still need. 

At each vaccination appointment your pet will receive a full health check, performed by either a veterinarian or vet nurse. Any concerns or abnormalities found will be noted and investigated at the visit. This allows us to ensure your pet is healthy, up to date with other preventative care and sustaining a healthy weight. 

Dogs and cats age 5 times faster than humans on average, so these yearly checks are essential for us to keep up with them, or assist in detecting problems early. 

What do vaccinations protect my pet against?

 Dog Vaccines:

- Parvovirus

- Distemper

- Hepatitis 

- Kennel Cough

      - Parainfluenza

      - Bordetella 

Cat Vaccines:
- Panleukopenia Virus

- Cat Flu

     - Calicivirus

     - Herpes Virus

- Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV)