A righteous man has regard for the life of his pet. Proverbs 12:10

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Vaccinations

Vaccines are given to stimulate the immune system to fight against infection before being exposed to disease. Most vaccines are given as injections either in the muscle or under the skin. Some are given intranasal. Most pets tolerate vaccinations very well. Occasionally they may experience short-term localized pain or swelling. Allergic reactions are rare and usually mild, however anaphylaxis can occur. Immediate medical attention is necessary if this occurs.

Routine vaccinations help protect pets from infectious diseases. Some viruses can be carried home on shoes, so even indoor-only pets need to have routine vaccines. Some diseases are zoonotic, meaning people can become infected. Rabies is a zoonotic disease which is why the law requires all cats and dogs to have current rabies vaccinations. Some vaccinations are only administered in certain geographical regions or under certain circumstances. Many vaccines are given annually while others less often. Veterinarians develop vaccine schedules based upon the age and health of individual pets.

 

 

6-8 WEEKS:

•  Physical examination

•  First DHPP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, Parvo virus)

•  Deworming

10-12 WEEKS:

•  Physical examination

•  Second DHPPL (Leptospirosis)

•  Deworming

14-16 WEEKS:

•  Physical examination

•  Third DHPPL

•  Rabies Vaccination

•  Deworming

ANNUALLY:

•  Physical examination

•  DHPP Booster

•  Rabies Booster

•  Deworming

NOTICE: the vaccination protocol may be changed regarding life style of the pet and other vaccine may be added to the protocol (kennel cough, lyme diseases). We may vaccinate your pet with a rabies vaccine which is valid for 3 years.

 

 

6-8 WEEKS:

•  Physical examination

•  First FVRCP (Viral Rhino Tracheitis, Calici, Panleukopenia)

•  Deworming

10-12 WEEKS:

•  Physical examination

•  Second FVRCP

•  Deworming

14-16 WEEKS:

•  Physical examination

•  Rabies Vaccination

•  Third FVRCP

•  Deworming

ANNUALLY:

•  Physical examination

•  FVRCP Booster

•  Rabies Booster

•  Deworming

NOTICE: the vaccination protocol may be changed regarding life style of your pet and other

vaccines may be added to the protocol (Feline Leukemia Virus, Chlamydia). We may vaccinate your pet with a rabies vaccine which is valid for 3 years. If necessary we may perform: FELV/FIV Test (Blood test to check for Feline Leukemia Virus and Feline Immunovirus) before the vaccination.

Dog Vaccination Schedule

Cat Vaccination Schedule

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