A number of viral and bacterial illnesses to which cats and dogs may be exposed are shielded by vaccinations. Our veterinarian will set up a vaccination schedule to protect your pet from common diseases in your area.
A number of viral and bacterial illnesses to which cats and dogs may be exposed are shielded by vaccinations. Our veterinarian will set up a vaccination schedule to protect your pet from common diseases in your area. Kittens and puppies frequently need an initial vaccine followed by booster doses to ensure they are fully protected against infections.
You may help maintain your new friend’s health by adhering to the recommended vaccine regimen. We also recommend having the parasite levels of all dogs and cats examined twice a year and starting them on monthly parasite prevention. The right vaccine is essential for defending our dogs and other animals against the many different diseases to which they are vulnerable.
Canine Vaccines Rabies – The deadly rabies virus can be spread to people and other animals by the saliva of an infected animal. Only a licenced veterinarian is qualified to provide the rabies immunisation.
DA2PP (Distemper) – A combined vaccine called DA2PP (Distemper) guards your dog against four diseases (distemper, adenovirus-2, parainfluenza, and parvovirus). These illnesses can target your pet’s nervous system, respiratory system, and gastrointestinal tract, resulting in serious difficulties and even life-threatening situations. They also spread quickly.
Bordetella – With the Bordetella vaccine, your pet is shielded from the airborne virus that causes “kennel cough.” This virus is extremely contagious and causes respiratory issues in dogs. It spreads quickly in places where many dogs are herded together, such as kennels, daycare centres, dog parks, etc.
Influenza – The canine influenza vaccine is advised if your pet will be in a kennel or other social settings, such as daycare, boarding, puppy training classes, etc. It protects against a contagious respiratory infection.
Leptospirosis – The leptospirosis vaccine offers defence against a pathogen that can result in fatal liver or kidney damage. Leptospirosis is zoonotic, which means that it can spread to people and result in comparable problems. Pets who frequently visit ponds, lakes, rivers, or are exposed to animals should get this vaccination.
Rabies – Rabies is a lethal virus that is spread by an infected animal’s saliva to humans and other animals. Only a licenced veterinarian is qualified to provide the rabies immunisation.
FVRCP (Feline Distemper) – A combined vaccine called FVRCP (Feline Distemper) guards your cat against three illnesses (rhinotracheitis, calicivirus, and panleukopenia). The respiratory, neurological, and gastrointestinal systems of your pet are all affected by these diseases, which spread quickly and can be fatal.
Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) – This vaccine aids in guarding your pet against the illness that weakens the immune system and contributes to several cancers. Saliva is used to spread the illness through cat to cat contact. For households with many cats or cats that travel outside, this vaccination is advised.
This vaccine is specifically designed to produce antibodies against the venom of the western diamondback rattlesnake. The vaccine may also be effective against other snakes with similar venom, such as the sidewinder, timber rattlesnake, and copperhead. The vaccine does not protect against the venom of water moccasins or coral snakes.
Speaking with us about the particular dangers of living in our area is crucial. We will be pleased to go through the advantages of immunizing your pet with you and give you details on the immunizations your pet needs.
Our mission is to give your pet the best possible care, and vaccination is crucial to maintaining your pet’s overall health. If you have any inquiries or worries about your pet’s immunization, kindly contact us immediately.