There is nothing worse than having a sick pet. It is distressing for both you and your animal but in many cases this can be avoided with a proper vaccination regime.
No one wants their dog to fall prey to canine distemper, canine infectious hepatitis, leptospirosis, canine parvovirus and para influenza – prevention is key.
You can always come to us for advice. Puppies are vaccinated from eight weeks old and shouldn’t be allowed out into public places until they are fully protected. The second vaccine is given four weeks later and only then should you walk your pet outside. It is important to follow this up with yearly boosters.
Don’t forget kennel cough, which although not compulsory is necessary if your dog is staying in kennels.
Cats should be vaccinated from nine weeks of age to safeguard against flu, enteritis and leukaemia. This involves a course of two injections three weeks apart followed by a yearly booster to ensure your cat is fully vaccinated at all times.
With every vaccination we offer 4 weeks free pet insurance, and a months course of flea & worming treatment.