Puppies and Dogs
All puppies should have a primary course of two vaccinations separated by two to four weeks. This will comprise a single injection at each visit including Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus and Leptospirosis. Immunity to disease mau fade and for some diseases, boosters may be needed every three years but for others, it is annually.
We also strongly recommend vaccination against Kennel Cough, which comprises a single intranasal application of Bordetella and Parainfluenza components followed by annual boosters.
Kittens and Cats
All kittens should have a primary course of two vaccinations at nine weeks and 12 weeks. This will comprise a single injection at each visit, followed by a booster vaccination after one year, then boosters at interval of one to three years. Cats with access to the outside will also need protection against Feline Leukaemia, this can be included in the same injection as the core vaccinations or added at a later date. Annual booster vaccinations are then required.
We recommend bringing your pet to us at least once a year, even if no vaccinations are required. We will be able to identify issues that may otherwise go unnoticed and make sure that all your pet's healthcare needs are being addressed. This included nutrition, internal and external parasite control, dental prophylaxis and weight check.