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 Vaccinations; Why We Give Them


Vaccinations are a way to help protect your pet from some awful diseases.  Vaccines were developed to help these diseases from spreading to other animals and thus being a very serious problem if  they did spread.



Through the years they have had very many protocols for vaccines and how long they work.  Research continues on these vaccines to make them better.



At this point the vaccines given to:

   Canines

  •     Distemper combination vaccine which includes

    Distemper, parainfluenza, parvovirus, and in some cases coronavirus

                                  Bordatella

                                  Rabies



                 Felines


      FVRCP combination vaccine which includes

  •     Feline Panleukopenia, Feline Rhinotracheitis Virus,, Feline Calicivirus

                                  Feline Leukemia Virus

                                  FIP

                                  Rabies

**See below for your pets appropriate schedule.





                 Puppies


                          8 weeks          DHPP-C #1

                                                   Bord



                          12 weeks        DHPP-C #2



                          16 weeks            Spay or Neutering done at this time depending

                                                    on the individual pet. (Both testicles have dropped

                                                    all adult teeth coming in normal etc.)

                                                    DHPP-C #3

                                                    Rabies 1year

                  Adult Dogs

                          1 year to 6 years       DHPP-C                         Once a year

                                                                 Bordatella                     Once a year

                                                                 Rabies (if no record of previous Rabies, the

                                                                 first time have ever gotten a rabies or under 1

                                                                 year, certificate will only be good for 1 year.

                                                                 If there is proof of Rabies being done with in

                                                                 three years then will be good for 3 years.)



                           7 years and up           DHPP                          Once a year unless

                                                                  Bordatella                  otherwise advised by

                                                                                                        doctor.



                    Geriatric pets   


                     DHPP                              Every 3 years   

                                                    Bordatella                     Once a year

                                                    Rabies                             Every 3 years

             The Doctors determine your pet is Geriatric by the age and individual

             physical condition of your pet.  Not all pets are the same and some may

             be older or younger than others depending on physical condition.  Please

             schedule an appointment with the doctor to determine whether your

             pet is Geriatric.



                  Kittens


                          8 weeks FVRCP #1



                          12 weeks            FVRCP #2



                          16 weeks        Spay or Neuter done at this time depending on the

                                                    individual pet. (Both testicles have dropped all adult

                                                    teeth coming in normal etc.)

                                                    FVRCP #3

                                                    FeLV test done at this time.

                                                    FeLV #1 vaccination if test is negative

                                                    FIP #1

                                                    Rabies 1 year



                          20 weeks         FeLV #2

                                                     FIP #2



                   Adult Cats

                          1 year and up            FVRCP

                                                                 FeLV

                                                                 FIP

                                                                 Rabies (if no record of previous Rabies, the

                                                                 first time have ever gotten a rabies or under 1

                                                                 year, certificate will only be good for 1 year.

                                                                 If there is proof of Rabies being done with in

                                                                 three years then will be good for 3 years.)  

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