Healthy Pet – Vaccination Only (no exam fee):

If one of our veterinarians has examined your pet in the last year, feel free to drop to update vaccines. If we have never met your pet, we require a veterinary exam within the last year. The Bordetella Nasal Vaccine is the only vaccination we can perform without a veterinary examination— Vaccines will be administered either by a licensed veterinary nurse or the veterinarian. The doctor or nurse will record a weight before vaccine administration.

Please tell your health care provider if your pet has a history of vaccination reactions. If you have questions about your pet’s health – please consider a complete medical consultation with physical examination ($45 fee)

Canine: Recommended Vaccinations:

VaccineAge GivenNotes

Rabies -14-16 weeks
-1 year
-every 3 years
Required by law and for interstate/international travel. Vaccine administration must be supervised by a veterinarian
DHPP

  • Distemper
  • Hepatitis
  • Parvo
  • Parainfluenza
-6-8 weeks
-10-12 weeks
-14-16 weeks
-1 year
-every 3 years
Required as part of initial puppy vaccine series
Bordetella -10-12 weeks
-then every 6 months- 1 year
Kennel cough vaccination. Recommended for Pets that frequent grooming and boarding facilities. Please inquire at your specific facility how often they require this specific vaccination
Leptosporosis -12-14 weeks
-16-18 weeks
-then yearly
This is a non-core vaccination. Causes very serious kidney disease. Passed in the urine of rats and other wild animals. Higher incidence of vaccine reaction; only recommended for at risk patients

Feline Recommended Vaccination

VaccineAge GivenNotes

Rabies -14-16 weeks
-1 year
-every 1-3 years
Required by law and for interstate/international travel. Vaccine administration must be supervised by a veterinarian.
FVRCP

  • Feline
  • Viral
  • Rhinotracheitis
  • Calicivirus
  • Panleukopenia
-6-8 weeks
-10-12 weeks
-14-16 weeks
-1 year
-every 3 years
Ubiquitous “feline herpes” vaccination. This disease complex is common in shelter situations.
FeLV

  • Feline
  • Leukemia
  • Virus
12-14 weeks
-16-18 weeks
-then every 2 years
All cats should be tested for Feline Leukemia virus before vaccine administration. This vaccination is recommend in outdoor cats or multi-cat households where the introduction of new cats is common.

Vaccine Reactions:

Please tell your health care provider if your pet has a history of vaccination reactions. Pretreatment before vaccination will be recommended.
Your pet may be lethargic or tired for up to 24 hours after vaccination. They may be tender or sore at the site of vaccination. These signs are normal and not a cause for concern.
Please contact your veterinarian or emergency facility immediately if your pet exhibits any of the following signs after vaccination:

  • Swollen face/muzzle
  • Trouble breathing
  • Vomiting
  • Anorexia of more than 24 hours
  • Fever

Keep your family member safe by scheduling their vaccinations today.